'Small' Delaware quake felt in tristate area, USGS says

Posted December 01, 2017

Dover International Speedway officials report the track and its staff are safe and sound after a 4.1-magnitude natural disaster shook the DE facility around 4:47 p.m. ET Thursday afternoon.

A 2011 Virginia quake, that measured a much larger magnitude 5.8, was felt from North Carolina to even Canada.

The natural disaster was about 6 miles east-northeast of Dover and was registered at a depth of 4 miles. People from as far away as Washington and New York City reported to the USGS that they felt the movement.

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There are no reports of damage or injuries at this time.

The station also writes that Paul Caruso, a geophysicist with the USGS, says there is potential for aftershocks. Workers at the statehouse in Dover streamed into the streets after the quake to see what happened.

Carberry said there were no signs of damage at the base, and no change in operations was expected. "Anyone sustaining serious damage of an emergency nature to a building or home should call their local 911 center to report it".

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Readers may recall the 2011 quake that had an epicenter 38 miles northwest of Richmond.

The natural disaster was measured by the U.S. Geological Survey at a magnitude of 4.1 on the Richter scale.

Martin Pagliughi, coordinator of the Cape May County Office of Emergency Management, said he felt the tremors. That quake was more powerful than this one, with a magnitude of 5.8.

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