On Saturday, shortly after 12:00 p.m., people from across Michigan reported having felt a small earthquake tremor.
The Earthquake Hazards program at earthquake.usgs.gov has since confirmed that at 12:23 p.m., a magnitude 4.0 earthquake shook 8 kilometers south of Galesburg, Michigan, near Kalamazoo.
Joseph Clark, a National Weather Service meteorologist, said of the earthquake, “Near the epicenter, it would be possible for a few things to fall off shelves.”
“It’s pretty good by Michigan standards,” Clark said.
No major injuries have yet been reported.
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