#WATCH: A #Boston25 News camera was rolling the moment an #earthquake shook parts of New Hampshire & Massachusetts this AM: https://t.co/jnJyQpHGdc @USGS @bhobservatory @ShiriSpear @KevinBoston25 @sarahwroblewski @jenyp pic.twitter.com/r7KATDOtfN
— Steven (@StevenYabNews) February 15, 2018
Around 9:30 am EST, the United States Geological Survey recorded a 2.7 magnitude earthquake near East Kingston, New Hampshire. Local police departments in New Hampshire and Massachusetts were bombarded by calls from concerned residents.
Gratefully, there are currently no reports of injuries or damages.
Circled area with blue line that “jumps” is the Exeter, NH earthquake on the @BostonCollege Weston Observatory seismograph. Earthquakes this size happen tens of thousands of times each year worldwide. They are felt but cause only minor damage (like shake things off walls) pic.twitter.com/BP166mLYEd
— Kevin Lemanowicz (@KevinBoston25) February 15, 2018
For WeatherNation, Karissa Klos