5.1 magnitude earthquake suggested close to North Carolina-Virginia border


A 5.1 magnitude earthquake struck close to the border between North Carolina and Virginia on Sunday morning.

5.1 magnitude earthquake suggested close to North Carolina-Virginia border


The earthquake was once stated’ close to Sparta, North Carolina, at 8:07 a.m., in accordance with the USGS.

There are no reviews of harm or injuries. The tremors had been felt’ from Virginia to South Carolina.

The quake is the strongest the location has considered in over one hundred years. The greatest earthquake in the location (magnitude 5.1) befell in 1916, in accordance to the USGS.

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