Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Matt and I thought the neighbors were fighting...

but turns out it was just an EARTHQUAKE! Around 7:15 last night after listening to the neighbors stomping around above us for a good hour or so, we heard a loud "thud" that sounded like an adult was thrown into a wall. The entire building shook. Matt thought a car had hit the building. That was the end of it. We didn't think twice. Here's the article I found this morning -

CLEVELAND -- A representative from the Golden Colorado Seismic Center confirms there was some type of a small earthquake.

Preliminary reports say the magnitude was 3.6 and the location was 4 miles south of Mantua.

Viewers from Aurora, Brecksville, Brunswick, Chagrin Falls, Hudson, Macedonia,
NORTHFIELD (that's us!!!), North Royalton, Reminderville, Richfield, Silver Lake, Solon, Stow, Streetsboro, Twinsburg, Walton Hills, as well as a number of other cities felt the rumble.

There have been no reports of damage.


Anonymous Kirin said...

An earthquake?!?! I always reserved such nice things for Cali. Too strange. I'm sure I wouldn't notice one either.....unless the floor of my house cracked open.

Wed Mar 14, 02:56:00 PM EDT  

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