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North Carolina rocked by 5.1-magnitude earthquake, no damage reported

North Carolina rocked by 5.1-magnitude earthquake, no damage reported

A 5.1-magnitude earthquake hits North Carolina on Sunday morning, which is the strongest earthquake in the region in over 100 years. The National Weather Service in Greenville claimed that it struck at 8:07 a.m., and it follows a much smaller quake that occurred several hours earlier. There were no immediate reports of damage or injuries from the incident.

Ben Song
Ben Song
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SickOfTribalisem 1 months

Man...not being a american I'm happy to see there's a map and where exaxcty the state is so I believe it's far from Yellowstone and well u know the risk for a earthquake that'll activate one of the world's mega volcano's Is still fairly low

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