A 5.7-magnitude earthquake shook Salt Lake City and its suburbs early Wednesday, sending spooked residents fleeing their homes, knocking out power for tens of thousands and closing the city’s airport.
A 5.7 magnitude earthquake shook the Salt Lake City area early Wednesday, knocking out power to some homes and bringing the light rail system to a halt.
The U.S. Geological Survey reported an earthquake in upstate New York Wednesday.
The cluster of earthquakes hit in a small area about 25 miles southwest of Knoxville, near the North Carolina border.
The epicenter was located about 14 miles southeast of the town of Guanica along the island’s southern coast.
This second earthquake happened about 32.9 miles southeast of East End, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. It was about 6 miles deep.
Police said that some buildings in the Brickwell and Downtown area were evacuated after reports of vibrations.
A 3.6 magnitude earthquake hit eastern Tennessee Monday, according to the U.S. Geological Survey and it was felt as far away as North Georgia.
Correa, a native of Puerto Rico, is raising money through his nonprofit, the Correa Family Foundation. As of 4:30 p.m. Saturday, the foundation has raised $12,403 of the $20,000 goal.
A magnitude 6.0 quake shook Puerto Rico on Saturday, causing further damage where recent quakes have toppled homes and schools.