Another earthquake hits southern Michigan

The United States Geological Survey has confirmed that another earthquake has rattled Michigan. The magnitude 3.3 quake was centered seven miles northeast of Union City, and occurred at 11:42 Tuesday morning. The earthquake appears to be an aftershock from the quake which happened on May 2nd, five miles south of Galesburg, and had a magnitude of 4.2 on the richter scale. Today’s quake was large enough to be felt in a lot of locations, but did not appear to cause any damage.

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