Reports of Toronto eartquake felt in Rochester, the Hamptons, NYC
An earthquake in Toronto, Canada has evidently reached a broad spread with vibrations being reported across New York State including Rochester, the Hamptons and New York City.
The United States Geological Survey in Colorado, stated, “There was an earthquake up in the Western Quebec seismic zone which runs in a band right along the border just north of Ottawa and it looks like it was widely felt. The shaking seems to have affected a pretty broad area.”
Other cities that report feeling vibrations from the Canadian earthquake are Boston, Detroit, Baltimore and Buffalo.
Rochester's YNN is offering continuing coverage on their website.
That's great, it starts with an earthquake, birds and snakes, an aeroplane - Lenny Bruce is not afraid.
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