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Posted on November 10, 2012


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November 10, 2012KENTUCKY - A 4.3-magnitude
earthquake struck eight miles west of Whitesburg, Ky., early Saturday
afternoon, the U.S. Geological Survey reported. The epicenter of the
shallow, light earthquake was 0.7 miles deep under the Appalachian
Mountains town of Blackey, near the Virginia border, the agency said.
There were no immediate reports of damage in the eastern Kentucky area.
The tremor was felt from Cincinnati, Ohio, to Atlanta, Ga., USGS
geophysicist Paul Caruso in Denver told NBC News. Normally, we don’t
expect major damage with this kind of intensity,” but it’s “not out of
the question” that there could be some — usually, major damage is
expected when magnitude is 5.5 or higher, Caruso said. Whitesburg police
told NBC News they were still assessing the quake but there was no
immediate visible damage. The Letcher County Sheriff’s office said it
was still assessing the quake but had no reports of damage or deaths.
Whitesburg Fire Department officials said they received reports of
buildings shaking. Nick Howell, at Parkway Inn Hotel in Whitesburg told
NBC News he felt light jolts but nothing serious. There was no visible
damage outside, he said. Most Kentucky temblors historically have
occurred in the western portion of the state, near the New Madrid
seismic zone, the USGS says. Earlier today, a shallow 2.7
magnitude tremor struck in the Mississippi Delta just south of Biloxi,
Alabama at a depth of less than 5 km (3.1 miles). The planet is clearly
experiencing more seismic dynamism.
-NBC , TEP


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