The State of New York was hit by a very minor earthquake that measured 2.7 magnitude. There has been no report of any significant damage or any injuries.
On Wednesday, New York was hit by a 2.7 magnitude earthquake, which is very minor, according to the United States Geological. There have been no immediate reports of damages or injuries in the state.
The earthquake had a depth of 8.7 miles and was located 7 miles east of Middleburgh and only 131 miles north of New York City.
This is not the first time a major metropolitan city experienced an earthquake- Digital Journal reported last month that the city of Chicago witnessed another minor earthquake but measuring stronger at magnitude 3.8.