A 4.2-magnitude earthquake shook southwestern Michigan on Saturday. The Chicago Tribune reports that the quake “was strong enough to be felt indoors by many people” but it didn’t cause damage or injuries. Almost 170 people from Kalamazoo reported to the US Geological Survey that they had felt the earthquake. A dozen in Chicago also reported their experience feeling the quake.
As Michigan Governor Rick Snyder said in a statement, earthquakes are rare in Michigan.
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