A minor earthquake that rattled eastern Ontario Saturday night used to be felt from Ottawa to Cornwall and into Sleek York Impart.
Earthquakes Canada reported a magnitude 3.2 earthquake at 7: 50 p.m., positioned 14 kilometres southwest of Kemptville.
In an announcement on its net page, Earthquakes Canada says there are no reviews of shatter, and none might possibly presumably be expected.
“Lightly felt in Kemptville, Iroquois.”
The U.S Geological Watch recorded a magnitude 2.7 earthquake, positioned 19 kilometres southwest of Winchester.
Per the U.S. Geological Watch, residents reported feeling the earthquake in Ottawa, Kemptville, Osgoode, Prescott, Iroquois, Winchester, Constance Bay and Cornwall. The quake used to be furthermore felt in Waddington and Lisbon, Sleek York.