A small earthquake hit Michigan on Saturday.
The U.S. Geological Service reported the quake on its website at a magnitude of 4.2, centered in Galesburg in the southwestern part of the state.
“While on the low end of the scale, it is still quite rare for Michigan,” Rob Dale, from the Ingham County Sheriff’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, told the Detroit Free Press.
No injuries were immediately reported, but the effects of the small quake were felt miles away, including as far as Chicago.
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