3.6 magnitude quake rattles Detroit area

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Detroit experienced a 3.6-magnitude natural disaster Thursday night that rattled the nerves of many in the Motor City, but apparently caused little to no damage, the Detroit Free Press reported.

According to the USGS, the epicenter of the quake was Amherstburg, Canada, which is just on the other side of the Detroit River from MI.

It was measured at a depth of five kilometres.

WXYZ-TV reported there were no early reports of damage.

Ackerley said a quake of this size is not unusual in eastern Canada and that residents should expect aftershocks of diminishing intensity.

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He says quakes here rarely cause damage because of the geology of the region.

People could apparently feel the earth shake as far away as Detroit though, which shows that this wasn't quite as small as it may appear.

A satellite image shows MI and parts of Canada on Thursday, April 19, 2018.

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