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Old 06-23-2010, 03:50 PM
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Default Re: 5.0 Earthquake @ Ontario/Quebec border, felt as far as Ottawa/Pittsburg

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I never felt anything and I'm like 2 miles from Fairview. Weird.

Hehe, "Welland" never got an earthquake. Quakes cover a radius of hundreds of miles, not specific towns

The only quake I remember is coming home from work in early afternoon about 15 yrs ago. It was about 3pm on a sunny day and I was downstairs on the couch when the walls started rattling. It was too much vibration to have just been a big truck going by. I went outside and one of my neighbors was walking down her driveway and asked me "did you feel that?".

Nothing today though.
Ya I felt that one. CP24 said it was 1998 now, not 2000, that changes the every 10 yr thing. Darn!
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