Earthquake In Cleveland Ohio 4.0-Magnitude – An earthquake magnitude-4.0 was centered Monday 20 miles northeast of Cleveland, in or around Lake Erie, Ohio.
Earthquake In Cleveland Ohio 4.0-Magnitude:
The United States Geological Survey assured a 4.0 magnitude earthquake centered in Lake Erie, nearly 2.5 miles north of Eastlake, at about 10:50 a.m Monday morning.
“Did you feel that rumble this morning Cleveland? Well if you missed it, we caught this morning’s earthquake on multiple #OHGO cameras. Check it out! #Clevelandreallyrocks,” the Ohio Department of Transportation tweeted, along with a collection of traffic videos showing the moment the quake hit.
“Please do not call dispatch unless it’s an emergency,” Eastlake Mayor Dennis Morley said in a Facebook post. “They are overwhelmed with calls. It was a 4.0 magnitude earthquake and safety forces are working to help where needed.”
“Workers are conducting a comprehensive visual inspection to assure there is no change in the condition of plant equipment,” plant managers said in a statement.
“I live on a busy road & heard a rumble,” Amy Marie posted on Twitter. “Thought it was just a big rig with a heavy load tumbling down the street. Then my walls and pipes made a groan and pop, then every item of clothing in my closet swayed wildly and fast!”
The U.S. Geological Survey is collecting responses on its website from people felt the affects. A magnitude 4 earthquake can cause moderate damage.
— Ohio Dept of Transportation (@ODOT_Statewide) June 10, 2019
— Jerry Tracey (@JerryWVTM13) June 10, 2019