10 Aug North Carolina’s Strongest Earthquake in 94 Years Shakes Area Along Virginia Border
August 9, 2020
(CNN) — A 5.1-magnitude earthquake hit about 2 miles from the town of Sparta, North Carolina, early Sunday, along the state’s border with Virginia, according to the preliminary report from the US Geological Survey.
It’s the strongest quake to shake the state since 1926, according to the North Carolina Geological Survey.
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