What the hell is going on in Georgia? Ever since our Super Bowl loss in February we’ve suffered something major each month. March was the I-85 collapse and April starts off with tornadoes, severe thunderstorms and now an earthquake?
Residents in Sparta, Georgia reported feeling a 2.5 magnitude earthquake Wednesday night.
The United States Geological Survey confirmed the reported quake took place in Hancock county just before 10 p.m. (9:51pm) on Monday.
As of 10 p.m., there was no damage reported.
The largest earthquake ever recorded on the Richter magnitude scale (the standard for measuring earthquakes) was a 9.5 magnitude earthquake in Chile, in May 1960.
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