Did you feel the earth move last night?
Scientists are reporting there was earthquake 45 miles south of Charlotte in Great Falls, South Carolina, around 9 p.m. That’s in Chester County.
The U.S. Geological Survey says it was a 1.7 magnitude at a depth of 2.9 kilometers. The South Carolina Emergency Management Division tweeted out.
If you missed it, you’re not alone. Earthquakes of that magnitude are largely only felt by a few people, most of them on the upper floors of buildings.
Great Falls has a population of about 1,900 people.
Another earthquake was reported a day earlier just north of Bryson City, N.C.. It was a 2.1 magnitude at a depth of 5.8 kilometers at 9:10 p.m. Bryson City is about 180 miles from Charlotte.