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3.8 Magnitude Earthquake Rattles WNY

  • Жарияланды 2023 ж. 5 Ақп.

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  • lunhil12
    lunhil12 Ай бұрын +124

    In 65 years I can remember only two small rumbles in the NYC area. There's nothing more disturbing than feeling the Earth shake under your feet no matter how small it may be.

    • LIZZIE SANGI Sangi
      LIZZIE SANGI Sangi Ай бұрын +1

      In my 66 years, I remember one in 1979. It gave the kitchen in the apartment a GOOD RATTLE!!

    • Iris Nunez
      Iris Nunez Ай бұрын

      @Solangela Lebron
      An earth quake in NYC would be more than horrific😨

    • Solangela Lebron
      Solangela Lebron Ай бұрын +1

      In NYC it shakes because there are underground train subways. Lol. I've been through a 7.3 Earthquake, had to go all the way to Costa Rica to experience it and it wasn't that bad. Most are not catastrophic.

    • Iris Nunez
      Iris Nunez Ай бұрын

      @wandering the middle ground lol some people don't feel it

    • wandering the middle ground
      wandering the middle ground  Ай бұрын

      I'm in the Syracuse area and remember one in the late 70's/maybe early 80's. I had an old steel box fan that rattled, which was the only way I knew.

  • Diana Canales
    Diana Canales Ай бұрын +74

    I remember the quick jolt that made me think a truck hit my house in 2015 in Michigan -- It was a 4.2 magnitude, at a depth of 3.7 miles, centered about 5 miles south of Galesburg, located in south central Michigan, close to the Indiana border and just over 50 miles southeast from where I live. This was felt all the way up near Grand Rapids. Earthquakes are rare here, just like in western New York, but they do happen. Our strongest one was a 4.6 in 1947. My heart goes out to the people who experience massive quakes, like the one that just happened in Turkey. Very scary.

    • steviebboy69
      steviebboy69 Ай бұрын +1

      We have had a few minor ones here, 4 in my life, but the one we had about a year ago was close to a 6, and the most powerful in Victoria Australia on record. It shook the shit out of my old house, and at first there was a jolt and I thought the house had been hit. There was another shaker in 2012 that was pretty big as well.

    • AmericanMade1964
      AmericanMade1964 Ай бұрын +1

      I remember this too.

    • Carol Harris
      Carol Harris Ай бұрын +1

      There was just one in West NY, unusual.

    • Joy Woods
      Joy Woods Ай бұрын +1

      Yea, I was from Michigan and had experienced many earth quakes. Just in 2013 in a rural area of lower Michigan, the earth actually dropped away from under my feet as I was walking. My ankle was twisted and my knee buckled, what a surprise. I was suddenly falling to the earth in my dads back yard.

  • Charles Dudek
    Charles Dudek Ай бұрын +12

    I experienced the two tremors in the 60s. First I had just got home from school. I was downstairs and my older brother was upstairs in his room working out with free weights. All of a sudden I heard a loud noise maybe about ten seconds long. I figured my brother had dropped his weights so I ran upstairs. My brother had obviously not dropped anything and we figured it was a tremor. We were aware there was a fault line in the area. The next day a couple classmates who lived in the opposite direction as me told me about a St Bernard that loved kids and we were all familiar with him as he would run up to us for petting and to play. He started to run up to them and all of a sudden he turned around and ran away yipping. They looked at each other wondering what was wrong. Within a few seconds they felt the quake. Apparently the dog sensed it first.

    • Charles Dudek
      Charles Dudek Ай бұрын +2

      @Ralfie Right. We discussed dogs early warning ability in class that next day. I think someone brought up other animals too. I remember as a kid worrying after the second tremor a year later. I was thinking we might get a larger damaging quake but it never came. Actually when you get those small tremors it is relieving pressure.

    • Ralfie
      Ralfie Ай бұрын +2

      It is said that a lot of animals can sense an impending earthquake, and dogs are supposed to be pretty sensitive to them. The same goes for people who have seizures, dogs can sense them before they happen.

  • Who Ever
    Who Ever Ай бұрын +54

    I was like 4 when I felt my first earthquake but my mom had already told me about them. So I looked around the playroom I was in, noticed that the entire room was shaking and so I realized it must be an earthquake. The friend who was in there with me thought she was going to die but I just did what my mom had said to do when I felt one of these earthquakes and so I got her to go to a relatively safe spot with me. If you know about earthquakes and that they could happen in your area, it makes them less scary. Yes, you will always still get an adrenaline rush but being able to figure out what's going on sooner rather than later reduces the level of anxiety that you feel.

    • KENYAN Jackson
      KENYAN Jackson Ай бұрын +1

      People must repent

    • Kookie Therapy
      Kookie Therapy Ай бұрын +1

      @Obito117 Read REVELATION

    • Obito117
      Obito117 Ай бұрын +2

      I'm from California and I agree with what you said but none of that will matter when the BIG one hits and floor starts cracking open underneath ones feet. Let's hope and pray that that'll never happen.

    • trvman1
      trvman1 Ай бұрын

      Looks like this darn climate change has worked it's way miles down into the ground :)

  • Who Ever
    Who Ever Ай бұрын +30

    I generally sleep through earthquakes of this size too but, then again, the ground is different over there than it is in California and you all tend to feel them more readily and in a larger radius. I almost didn't feel the first of the Ridgecrest earthquakes because I thought it was my fan vibrating the bed until the very end of the earthquake. It happens.

    • Green Man
      Green Man Ай бұрын

      You are correct about tremors in the east of the US are felt more strongly and over a larger distance. This is due to what the earth is like in the east. It is much older, harder, denser. It transmits the energy.
      To get an idea...everyone is familiar with those Newton's cradles gizmos...the handing steel balls. The ball on one side falls against the one next to it, and then the ball on the extreme other end reacts as though it was hit directly.
      If you replaced the steel balls with playdough the effect is hugely diminished.
      The east is the steel balls, the west coast earth is the playdough balls.

    • JediLoreen
      JediLoreen Ай бұрын

      I think we Californians are kind of jaded about earthquakes.
      60+ years living in Cali has definitely done that to ME.

  • Juliette OscarAlphaNovemberNovemberEcho

    I've only felt one earthquake about 10 years ago. I was in Jersey but it actually happened in Virginia. I was in my yard and everything got wavy and everyone's windows rattled. Odd sensation. I couldn't imagine living in California where they're much more common.

    • Nancy K
      Nancy K Ай бұрын +1

      I was in a restaurant in Northern VA when that happened. It was a 5.8 in August of 2011 and it was scary-- can't imagine having to deal with anything stronger than that!

  • Ruthanna Bauer
    Ruthanna Bauer Ай бұрын +23

    I grew up on the west coast I have been thru many earthquakes & I have to say this seemed like an explosion & NOT an e.q. Plus the animals reactions weren't typical of those who experience e.q's. Our many dogs, cats, horses, etc. would ALL start really reacting, whining & barking, meowing, whinnying & all of them running as if REALLY startled. Even the chickens & ducks knew ahead of time. They'd all start this behavior a few seconds before we could notice anything resembling a quake. Another thing is that where the e.q's. are located they're different. Some move in a rolling motion like waves on the ocean where others shake & jerk & yet others feel like strikes coming from deep in the earth in a pounding type of sensation. I guess you have to go thru several quakes to understand, ya gotta be there. The strongest 1 was a 7.2 on the Richter Scale & afterwards we had 100's of aftershocks that followed for days. They truly make you realize just how tiny & helpless we are & how life is not under our control like we imagine it is. It also makes a person of faith lean on the Lord & know HE'S ultimately in control & that brings us such peace in the midst of the chaos, P.T.L.!

    • boyfamersfom  Marqwinez
      boyfamersfom Marqwinez Ай бұрын

      Uh god I remembered the one from Ridgecrest California 7.1 in 2019 that was hosuble I’lve Ben to lots of erthqwakes to I get scared sometimes

    • Tina Menard
      Tina Menard Ай бұрын +1

      But...doesn't the ground still roll?? Interesting for sure. I'm gona check dutchsense on youtube

    • Taylor L White
      Taylor L White Ай бұрын +1

      They feel different up there because it’s hard rock, not soft sand under us.

    • FEAR No More
      FEAR No More Ай бұрын

      @Tactical Lemon 😁Yeah we’re like the people in the southeast who don’t bother to board up windows for hurricanes under category 2. Haha

    • Tactical Lemon
      Tactical Lemon Ай бұрын +1

      @FEAR No More I got up once after like a 3.something near my house to move my bed back in the corner

  • hotdogman
    hotdogman Ай бұрын +10

    I live on the outskirts of buffalo, kind of near Marilla. I suddenly woke up to what I thought was my house partially collapsing. Once it stopped, I was confused as hell, and I then heard my sister opening her door to ask what happened, giving me the courage to open my door asking what happened. She thought a car crashed into the house. I ended up sleeping with her out of fear, lol. 2 major snowstorms, 1 a blizzard, Damar Hamlin, bills lose in playoffs not going to the Superbowl, and now an earthquake. Can't get any worse, can it?

  • Coral Rae
    Coral Rae Ай бұрын +109

    Native Californian here, yep there are all kinds. Rolling jolting, wavy. Some sound like a train like the 87 Whittier Narrows, or like everything is cracking like the Recent LaHabra quake. Always scary and never have gotten used to them ❤

    • Karima Ogden
      Karima Ogden Ай бұрын +1

      I was living in Oakland when the "Loma Prieta" quake struck on October 17th, 1989. That was a doozy knocking down parts of I-80 (Nimitz Hwy) and the top part of the Bay Bridge which my husband had been on a few hours earlier. I was at the Hayward BART station when it struck.

    • hotdogman
      hotdogman Ай бұрын

      @ErR0rPr0n3 yeah but the thing is how uncommon we get quakes here, and we’re so not used to it that at first I thought it was a car crashing into my house

    • Alisa Austin
      Alisa Austin Ай бұрын

      @HRTsAFyre Thanks for the correction.

    • HRTsAFyre
      HRTsAFyre Ай бұрын +1

      @Alisa Austin that was a 6.2 quake in Sylmar


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      I am the change that is coming

  • Entrelanieve
    Entrelanieve Ай бұрын +43

    These rattling earthquakes instead of the bouncy ones are so damaging. Back in 1983 I was in Popayan, Colombia and in the middle of the Holy Week, at 8:10 a.m. Holy Thursday, the ground shacked like in the videos but with 5.2 intensity and lasted 18 seconds. Those were the longer 18 seconds in my life. The city got destroyed.

    • Virginia Hobby
      Virginia Hobby Ай бұрын +1

      Turkey and Syria had an 7.8. Over 3,400 have died so far. Tragic.

  • Who Ever
    Who Ever Ай бұрын +4

    As far as being anxious about earthquakes: I once had a dream that the Big One was happening and I was relieved because I was dreaming I was in the park and away from anything that might fall. Then my brain kicked in and reminded me that I was actually sleeping inside the house and I jolted awake. My heart was racing and, the more I tried to figure out whether the motion I felt was the start of the Big One, the faster my heart raced. When it didn't get big, I finally realized that the "shaking" I thought I had felt had been my heart all along! lmao Bottom line about earthquakes is that, if you're not in a shitty building, you'll probably be fine.

    • Who Ever
      Who Ever Ай бұрын +1

      Also, I've been in four earthquakes in the magnitude 7 range and more earthquakes than I can realistically count lower than that and I'll tell you that my heart still races when there's an earthquake if I am awake for it and aware of it. They just start suddenly and that is something that's supposed to get your heart rate up.

  • Linda Bryant
    Linda Bryant Ай бұрын +9

    I was within 3 miles of the epicenter of the 7.1 Loma Prieta earthquake. It lasted FOREVER and the movement was up and down, up and down. I was trying to walk to a door frame and it was nearly impossible. No electricity, gas, or water available for three days. Lines around the block for groceries or bottled water. Stock up folks. Always be ready.

    • Terri Rebecca Garvin
      Terri Rebecca Garvin Ай бұрын

      I was there too. 8 months pregnant. That dang earthquake last a million years!

    • Sue Prator
      Sue Prator Ай бұрын +1

      I knew that one well. The Bay Bridge broke in half and I could see it at 7th and Townsend in SF. My 16-year-old daughter was babysitting and this was before cell phones. Could not take any major freeways home. Had to weave through the City to the Peninsula.

  • Elizabeth Taft
    Elizabeth Taft Ай бұрын +85

    Snow blizzards and earthquakes, you folks are having a rough winter! Prayers for everyone's safety.

    • hotdogman
      hotdogman Ай бұрын

      @Danny451 There’s a difference between Bigfoot and religion, lol.

    • Danny451
      Danny451 Ай бұрын

      @hotdogman You should see how offended the people who believe in Bigfoot get when I tell them there is insufficient evidence of a Bigfoot.

    • hotdogman
      hotdogman Ай бұрын

      @Danny451 congrats on offending people like me for religious beliefs!

    • Rochelle Perry
      Rochelle Perry Ай бұрын

      @Yah-'Izoa Hakaboth what to do to get out of destruction i am in the world and. Lost grieve the Lord I had. He is vicious angry with me. I did bad sins and regret this. I was so deceived and stupid

    • Lukas Wolfe
      Lukas Wolfe Ай бұрын

      @Yah-'Izoa Hakaboth God is so loving that he will "destroy your soul and body in eternal damnation" 😐

  • Tony Thomas
    Tony Thomas Ай бұрын

    In the 50+ years of my life, this is the biggest quake Western New York has experienced. Can't imagine what it's like in all the places throughout the world that have had multiple quakes that were much stronger, especially the one in Turkey today.

  • Hannah Webb
    Hannah Webb Ай бұрын +2

    The earth is redistributing its pressures along old and deep faults which are felt in a larger area east of the Mississippi because it is a geologically much older "ground" than west of the MIssissippi-and the Rockies. I live in Kansas and even we get some occasional ground rumblings. Some are more shallow faults that get exacerbated by fracting. Kansas also shares a fault with Oklahoma that goes right down the middle of Kansas under the Flint Hills, but makes itself most felt south of the Kansas border in Oklahoma City. The northern branch of that fault can be traced to the east and goes right under Topeka. Back in November 2011?/2012?, we had a small earthquake in Topeka just east of Bennett's Mound. It shook my entire computer desk and monitor. Also, I could see the shadow of the chandelier in my dining room swinging more than you would think it would in such a small rumbling. My dog certainly noticed it. She was barking like crazy. I could hear a deep rumbling while it was all taking place, about 45 seconds of rumble and movement.

  • Richard Johnson
    Richard Johnson Ай бұрын +1

    I’ve been through many earthquakes over the years…both “ rolling” and “ quick rattle”. Usually, the quick rattle quakes mean you are close to the epicenter…the farther you are from that center, the more “ roll” you will feel.

    • maryanne razzano
      maryanne razzano Ай бұрын

      And the type of fault. Thrust faults feel different than slip faults. Southern California here

  • Barbara Hines
    Barbara Hines Ай бұрын

    As someone from the Los Angeles California area I know if you’re not familiar with them earthquakes can sometimes be frightening. I’m amazed from the different cameras that there were no objects falling on the ground. Sadly it is a different story in Turkey 🇹🇷 and the surrounding area where many buildings have collapsed and several thousands of people have been killed.

  • Lopeo
    Lopeo Ай бұрын +36

    Here in Lebanon the earthquake woke us up at 3:10 am the whole ground was shaking it really felt like a nightmare and it lasted about 1minute till it went away but the second time was more subtle it was 4.8 magnitude earthquake

    • RK NINE
      RK NINE Ай бұрын

      @Lopeo Which Lebanon are we talking about?

    • Lopeo
      Lopeo Ай бұрын +1

      @RK NINE yeah actually the whole country felt the earthquake it was pretty wild tbh

    • LongieR8er
      LongieR8er Ай бұрын +1

      @RK NINE no Pennsylvania probably

    • RK NINE
      RK NINE Ай бұрын

      In Beirut?

  • Trish_Fisher
    Trish_Fisher Ай бұрын +3

    I live in California now and have gone through a lot of earthquakes since living here for 32 yrs, but I was born and raised in upstate NY and we had several earthquakes that I know of growing up in NY state as well, and some of them started with a loud roaring sound or just a jolt to let you know earthquakes do happen in New York state...

    • The Car Crazy Guy
      The Car Crazy Guy Ай бұрын

      I’ve lived through the Sylmar quake of 1971 and the Northridge quake of 1994. Dreading the next one. I do have earthquake insurance thankfully.

  • Maygan Cannon
    Maygan Cannon Ай бұрын +2

    That's crazy because we felt a similar occurrence in our home a few days ago in eastern NC and thought it was a explosion close by. Neighbors 3 miles down the road also felt and heard the same thing. That's crazy. Our house jolted hard and I even heard a loud explosion sound. Nothing has been on the news about it around here though🤔

    • Mirtzee
      Mirtzee Ай бұрын

      Wow. Something is happening on the Earth.

  • MarkedMoneyTech
    MarkedMoneyTech Ай бұрын +50

    We don't get to command the earth not to quake and make it obey without question, but we're still empowered to assist one another through any calamities. My condolences neighbors.

      DETROIT FETTYGHOST Ай бұрын +2

      @Kali Krause !!!

    • Kali Krause
      Kali Krause Ай бұрын +4

      When all else fails, love is the answer

      DETROIT FETTYGHOST Ай бұрын +5

      @Clisedia Gonzalez you've got a brother in me! There's never been a better time to choose to stand up and choose to unite with your neighbors and fellow countrymen- it is the only way we will ever accomplish anything in this country-

  • BothWorlds*69
    BothWorlds*69 Ай бұрын +162

    Natural disasters, rumors of war... crazy times right now

    • peggy gee
      peggy gee Ай бұрын

      @Jessie Suzanne correct! But HE says you will know the signs of the times

    • peggy gee
      peggy gee Ай бұрын

      @Jessie Suzanne yes it is

    • peggy gee
      peggy gee Ай бұрын

      @Jessie Suzanne wanna bet!!! Find Jesus! Read a Bible!!! Do a little research

    • peggy gee
      peggy gee Ай бұрын

      @Maria Gricius yep… read the Bible it’s all there!!! Will get much worse too !! Look up your redemption draws near!!! Give your life to Jesus

    • peggy gee
      peggy gee Ай бұрын

      @Andrew Knowles AMEN

  • 254zero
    254zero Ай бұрын +3

    I heard a rumble and a moment later my whole house shook. Scared the shit out of me. First time in my life ever experiencing an earthquake.

  • Bendigo
    Bendigo Ай бұрын +1

    I felt something this morning at almost the same time, It was not as strong as it appears to be in the video, but very simmilar. The crazy thing is that it was on the opposite side of the country. I wonder if it was related.

  • D0CI87PC
    D0CI87PC Ай бұрын +3

    NY & earthquakes. Plattsburgh around 1983/4 there was a little shaker. Like the one reported here. Because of our proximity to an AFB, we assumed to be a nuclear target (it was the Cold War after all), we woke up and struggled to decide whether or not we had time to set up our lawn chairs and await the flash. We decided to drink beer instead. I live in SoCal now and don't even wake up for anything less than a 4.5 (local epicenter). Fun stuff!

    • Z
      Z Ай бұрын +1


  • Oh What A Day
    Oh What A Day Ай бұрын +1

    I learned if you are at the epicenter, I sure did not feel a roll or a shake. I felt like the ground dropped and came back up with a loud noise, also a hard jolt. It’s like dropping a rock in water. The center drops and then goes back up sending out the shake
    oll effect and lessens as it goes away from the center.

  • AuraTale
    AuraTale Ай бұрын

    Man. If this had happened a day earlier, I could have felt this. :(

  • J mendo
    J mendo Ай бұрын

    I was in my basement at 6 am and the house made weird noises like a ghost walking around upstairs, but apear's to have been the temor before the earth quake. At 6:15am I heard a sound outside and felt like 3 pulse wave through the ground then it hit the house and shook the house violently. After all, I can say to describe it was like a wave coming and crashing into a boat, but in this case was a house. But, I figure that's a better anology to describe it to someone that wasn't there. I have also felt Lighting strike shake the ground at first Thats what I thought Was a 3.8 magnitude that's pretty big for this area

  • Kimberly X
    Kimberly X Ай бұрын +2

    Earthquakes up North are short from my experiences. Like an explosion. Thinking a loaded semitrailer is going down your street. There are many fault lines throughout the world. New Madrid for one. I experienced 3 in my life. Usually 3.1 or less. Some you can’t feel unless you’re on a second floor. Still scary.

    • TheRisskee
      TheRisskee Ай бұрын

      Very interesting! I'm a CA native and we usually get L and P wave EQs and very few S waves that we can actually feel. Most of our S waves are so shallow they're only qualified as tremors. Interesting to hear the experience from the other side of the US! You shouldn't be scared! In a part of the world that has better building codes, we're relatively safe so I say enjoy the ride! 🤣 I'll spend the rest of my life wishing I could relive a 7.1 we had a few years ago. I'll admit, I did get slightly concerned at one point because when I thought it couldn't get more chaotic, it did, but I decided to just enjoy the experience. Haha

  • Deborah Whitten
    Deborah Whitten Ай бұрын +9

    So scary, there’s too many in the last 24 hours. Being here in Ca I’m scared, we’re overdue for a big one. So sorry NY and Turkey 🙏🙏🙏🙏

    • Deborah Whitten
      Deborah Whitten Ай бұрын

      You know not everyone has a choice where they live, I’m 60 and disabled. I can’t affect to move if I wanted to, my kids and grandchildren are here. No reason to be mean

    • jessie martinez
      jessie martinez Ай бұрын +1

      @Chal Lloyd Lmfao..yes sir

    • Chal Lloyd
      Chal Lloyd Ай бұрын +1

      @jessie martinez commiefornia!!!

    • jessie martinez
      jessie martinez Ай бұрын +1

      @Sue Prator i already moved out of California foo and you ?

  • Mark Wagoner
    Mark Wagoner Ай бұрын +4

    I live in eastern NY and I felt it too.

  • InsomniacNeverSleep
    InsomniacNeverSleep Ай бұрын

    I'm in an area where we literally have never felt an earthquake. I can't imagine the terror of one suddenly occuring

  • Kimmielou🙏🏾
    Kimmielou🙏🏾 Ай бұрын

    The last lady they interviewed said it all. Wow I hope everybody’s OK.

  • Sue Lindsey
    Sue Lindsey Ай бұрын +1

    I’ve been through rolling and banging, sharp quakes so… not uncommon in Ca. Prophets said this would happen all the way to D.C.😳

  • David Koplitz
    David Koplitz Ай бұрын +2

    Great reporting Patrick. Hello from Minnesota ❤

  • theguyinmaine
    theguyinmaine Ай бұрын

    We had a 3.5 in Maine a few weeks ago, sounded like a jet breaking the sound barrier. If you old enough to have been around when they were legal. Then a few after shocks.

  • Brandon Mitchell
    Brandon Mitchell Ай бұрын +91

    The plates are shifting hard right now , there was a massive 7.8 in turkey , we can expect to see several more similar over the next week or so

    • jessie martinez
      jessie martinez Ай бұрын

      @Lil' Black Duc survival skills

    • Lil' Black Duc
      Lil' Black Duc Ай бұрын

      @jessie martinez Spiritual Fortitude will separate survivors from the loosers, going forward.

    • ♡Stephanie♡23
      ♡Stephanie♡23 Ай бұрын

      @jessie martinez then why are the fairy tales in it coming to pass. Makes a person think.

    • jessie martinez
      jessie martinez Ай бұрын +1

      @ZefSide yup once the core stops completely its a wrap

    • ZefSide
      ZefSide Ай бұрын +2

      The core is reversing expect more earthquake on both sides of the planet in 24hrs definitely first in my lifetime

  • Andre Rone
    Andre Rone Ай бұрын +1

    Hello from California myself I remember the Whittier earthquake and I remember earthquake that took place up in San Francisco doing the San Francisco Giants game definitely the the Northridge Earthquake 6.7 on the Richter scale lasting 37 seconds which was more like a nightmare for all of California I hope that the people over New Yorker okay just be safe and prepare for the next if it ever happens God bless everyone

    • Chal Lloyd
      Chal Lloyd Ай бұрын

      Went through all growing up in Cal. Left after Northridge. One eq too many.

  • PepsiGal16
    PepsiGal16 Ай бұрын

    Providence, RI experienced an earthquake a few years ago and I was confused since I didn’t think earthquakes could happen on the east coast. I thought they only happened in California and on other countries 😮!

  • Karima Ogden
    Karima Ogden Ай бұрын

    We had a small earthquake here in Kentucky in April 2008 around 5am which surprised me and I later found out about the infamous "New Madrid" fault that covers Missouri, Illinois and Kentucky and they say it's overdue for a "Big One". I had already been through the "Loma Prieta" quake in the San Fracisco Bay Area back in October 17th, 1989 which was a doozy and am not too happy to know that they have them here in this part of the country.

  • Hugh Haefner
    Hugh Haefner Ай бұрын +7

    Would it be possible to feel and hear this quake in the lower northern peninsula of Michigan? I ask be because around that time we heard and felt a very quick bomb like noise and very quick vibration, loud enough to startle us and jump up and then it stops.

    • Son Of Hibbs
      Son Of Hibbs Ай бұрын +1

      I don’t doubt you felt it. The vibrations travel.

    • TheRisskee
      TheRisskee Ай бұрын +2

      People in Canada said they felt it so I'd assume you definitely felt it.

      DETROIT FETTYGHOST Ай бұрын +2

      Wouldn't doubt it

  • JBells
    JBells Ай бұрын +110

    Hello from California just want to let you know that there is always noise before an earthquake. It’s usually like a Hum

    • FEAR No More
      FEAR No More Ай бұрын

      @*Stop*Looking*For*My*Name Shhh 🤫 I don't clck on lnks from ppl who dnt take their mds.

    • Solangela Lebron
      Solangela Lebron Ай бұрын

      Yeah. That's why the animals start barking and making sounds before Earthquakes. Because they can hear it. Especially dogs, elephants and cows.

  • Rita Richardson
    Rita Richardson Ай бұрын +3

    The 7.4 that hit Ridgecrest California about 2 years ago hit my house and lifted my big chair with me in it straight up fast and then it slammed me in my chair back against the wall. I could then see and feel the quake rolling my house up and down and back and forth. I ran outside and the big pine trees were swaying back and forth and also my wooden fence. My poor cousin is old and he had never felt anything like it. He was trying to hold onto a fence and he told me that he thought his medicine was too strong. Lol
    🤣 We were 60 miles away from the epicenter.

    • ChaCha Dodds
      ChaCha Dodds Ай бұрын +1


    • Sue Prator
      Sue Prator Ай бұрын

      Yikes. That is the one in Central CA. It was only 30 miles north as the crow flies from Palm Springs where I live.

  • James King
    James King Ай бұрын

    Many of the aftershocks of the 1994 Northridge quake were like that- you could hear them coming as a whoosh, and then the struck in on sharp bang. Very unusual.

  • Maj. Tom
    Maj. Tom Ай бұрын

    We live just outside West Seneca. First a good vibration then a very loud bang. Mother Nature letting us know who's in charge.
    Let's keep the actual victims in the mid-east in our prayers.

  • lookingforghosts
    lookingforghosts Ай бұрын +5

    there was one like that in Chesterville Maine this morning too it left a huge crack along the frozen snow they called it a frost quake

    • ChaCha Dodds
      ChaCha Dodds Ай бұрын +1

      Not uncommon in those below zero temps you're having. Stay safe.

  • le th
    le th Ай бұрын +1

    Yes, this is what it feel like to live in California...only we EXPECT to get jolted out of bed due to an earthquake, so I'm sure it was confusing for all the people who felt it.
    Dog in this video is CLEARLY not happy with it.
    You have to LOVE that newscaster's daughter immediately texts dad to verify wtf that was. lol So sweet.

    • QmnNvrDyz
      QmnNvrDyz Ай бұрын

      My dog stood up on the bed, about 3 seconds before the earthquake. Amazing animals! I thought maybe a dumpster had been dropped and went back to sleep.

    • Optimus Princeps
      Optimus Princeps Ай бұрын

      I'm in Komissar Governor Gruesome Newsom's, People's Republic of California, and a 3.5 is nothing 🤣

  • Stephanie
    Stephanie Ай бұрын +32

    So scary, the massive earthquakes in Turkey and then one here in the USA, prayers for everyone. Thank God all are safe there.

    • Stephanie
      Stephanie Ай бұрын

      @The Unholiness Within What is the reason of everyone on here that has commented, you have singled me out to come at? I don't understand.. you're response to my comment didn't make sense and wasn't very kind, and it seems as though you're looking for an argument. Don't get me wrong. I can tango w the best of em, but I don't understand why you have chosen to single me out and come back at me. My comment was when the earthquake FIRST happened, then our media was talking about how we had one in a unusual place in NY and it appeared it was tied to the one in Turkey, almost a wave effect and how this was just so weird and unusual, and I commented that it was scary so many in such a small time frame so far apart ... And there were researchers thinking they were connected. Not sure how that ended up w this conversation.

    • The Unholiness Within
      The Unholiness Within Ай бұрын

      @Stephanie So, what causes severe weather and earthquakes?

    • Stephanie
      Stephanie Ай бұрын

      @The Unholiness Within that LITERALLY makes NO sense, especially in response to my comment. What is wrong with you?

  • V's bare tummy & Suga's tongue technology7

    Heard about the gigantic ones in turkey. This is the first I’ve heard of this one.

  • Student Account
    Student Account Ай бұрын +1

    I was in the 2011 4.0 earthquake in VA that was felt up to MA. I have relatives in CA. These are on a plate which is different from the composition of the plates in CA.

  • roflcopter
    roflcopter Ай бұрын +4

    We do not jump out of bed for 3.8's in California, but I bet it's scary to those unfamiliar and in an unlikely place. New Yorkers, just Harlem Shake in the opposite direction to counteract it. :)

  • buffalo mike
    buffalo mike Ай бұрын +11

    Hammer talked about how he didn't think it was an earthquake instead of listening to the reports coming in. Instead of her personal experiences, the woman who is on each morning with him, reported what was being told by observers instead of sharing her personal experiences. She was the real reporter this morning.

    • buffalo mike
      buffalo mike Ай бұрын

      @Feesh Reporters report. That's not what he was doing. But to each his own.

    • Feesh
      Feesh Ай бұрын

      The best people to listen to are people that have had first hand experience in dealing with these types of things.
      It was a very unusual earthquake, and it's not unreasonable to compare it to the earthquakes that he's experienced in person. You'd have to have been there to understand the comparison. People that have been through earthquakes before would understand what he's talking about.

  • Carol Harris
    Carol Harris Ай бұрын +1

    I was in Big Bear area and the earthquake was like a cannon shot, going straight up from the fault line.

  • Mike Wurlitzer
    Mike Wurlitzer Ай бұрын

    Not that far away in Holland, NY and heard/felt 0.00000000. Good coverage!

  • Humberto Salinas
    Humberto Salinas Ай бұрын +38

    That looked like an explosion vibration as well

    • hotdogman
      hotdogman Ай бұрын

      @GAK • 22 years ago a couple of my friends thought that, lmao. I though my house was randomly collapsing, or an explosion was near by. An ambulance woke me up an hour before the earthquake, and I thought that had something to do with it

    • ocsrc
      ocsrc Ай бұрын

      @GAK • 22 years ago That was an Overpressure wave. The sound is classic for an Overpressure wave.

    • GAK • 22 years ago
      GAK • 22 years ago Ай бұрын +1

      Yeah bro I thought it was a nuke even though there was no flash. It scared the shit out of me

      HΣΛRTS ϴF SPΛCΣ Ай бұрын +3

      @xxx 🤣 Noted.

  • Joan Pivarnik
    Joan Pivarnik Ай бұрын +1

    Actually I have been in this type of earthquake in California in 2008, the bang type explosion I thought someone ran into the house I was in, I was told it was because the epicenter was close by.

  • Adelana
    Adelana Ай бұрын +2

    As a Californian yeah we get ones who sound like trains coming through your house. But we have little 2.4 plus all the time. I'm so used to them all tho unless it's 5.8 plus I don't even notice when we have one 🤷🏼‍♀️ even then it's like "oh my plants are shaking, it's a earth quake" and I go about my day.

    • Sue Prator
      Sue Prator Ай бұрын

      We have a TON of small ones some yrs in Palm Springs- 200 one yr. This area is where the San Andreas ends.......great- as I am from SF so I went from the San Andreas going through SF State to ending right under Hwy 10 in the Coachella Valley.

    • SparK
      SparK Ай бұрын

      Laughs in Chilean*

    • Adelana
      Adelana Ай бұрын

      @TheRisskee Idk about calling it "spoiled". Just used to them yes.

    • TheRisskee
      TheRisskee Ай бұрын

      Like you said we feel them all the time and we're spoiled by that. Most people never get to experience one.

  • Joe W
    Joe W Ай бұрын +1

    I remember one in Lackawanna when I was a kid. Must have been the 66 or 67 quake. Then I moved to So Cal and felt a few real ones.

  • Thomas Small
    Thomas Small Ай бұрын +1


  • Melodie Drury
    Melodie Drury Ай бұрын

    We had a small one in N.E. Ohio in May 1985.
    3.2 +or- centered in Erie, OH.

    • Melodie Drury
      Melodie Drury Ай бұрын

      Correction: Erie, PA. not Erie OH. Border of OH and PA.

  • QuartzNCoal
    QuartzNCoal Ай бұрын +6

    Everyone have your gas lines checked for loose connections and broken gas lines.

  • Lee M
    Lee M Ай бұрын +1

    Lived in California during San Fransico and you do hear noise and been in South Carolina when they had an earthquake. It had a bang and I wonder if it is because the faults haven't moved in a long time. Almost like a sonic boom. More charring than a roll, like California. Be interesting if someone who studies this a kind of thing as a reason for it.

    • MeriLizzie
      MeriLizzie Ай бұрын +2

      It was likely what is called a “Supershear earthquake”, an earthquake in which the spreading, of the rupture, along the fault surface occurs at speeds in excess of the seismic shear wave (S-wave) velocity, causing an effect akin to a sonic boom. To the sleeping brain it might sound like an explosion.

  • Chris Jones
    Chris Jones Ай бұрын

    I used to live in Albany, we had one I remember. Wasn’t big, but it sloshed the fish tank all over.

  • R3tR0actionGamer
    R3tR0actionGamer Ай бұрын +1

    I feel the Earth move under my feet, I felt the sky come tumbling down

  • KloutKulture
    KloutKulture Ай бұрын +1

    That was a strong 3.8!

  • Hugs_Nicolle
    Hugs_Nicolle Ай бұрын

    Even living in California for 34 years…. I’ve felt ones like that lol…still scares me

  • Parry My Logic Then
    Parry My Logic Then Ай бұрын +16

    "Do not think that I have come to bring peace to the earth; I have not come to bring peace, but a sword"

    • Vicki Manning
      Vicki Manning Ай бұрын +1

      @Andecap Jesus is the blood sacrifice.

    • Andecap
      Andecap Ай бұрын +1

      We dont want no blood sarifice...

    • M.E. Reid
      M.E. Reid Ай бұрын +6

      Even so, Lord Iesus come!

  • JoeyKnow ItAll
    JoeyKnow ItAll Ай бұрын

    Pressure release of tectonic plates occurs two ways, most are as you said rolling and last more than a few seconds, what you felt today was a jolt, this is a more violent release of pressure that last only a few seconds. What you felt was a direct effect of the quake in Turkey.

  • Waterspirit
    Waterspirit Ай бұрын +2

    We felt this on the other side of the lake in Port Hope Ontario.

  • LordGoomba
    LordGoomba Ай бұрын

    Im in Rochester and didnt feel it was right on the border of the zone its really sandy here too

  • Purdy Hen
    Purdy Hen Ай бұрын

    Some Earthquakes are jolting. There are some that do roll as well. I was born and raised in California, and know the feeling of both. Rolling usually last longer than the jolting ones.

  • Kenny james Moses
    Kenny james Moses Ай бұрын

    Thats crazy i just went through a 6.4 this is regular lol hope everyone is safe

  • Walter Dyson
    Walter Dyson Ай бұрын +8

    More quakes to soon hit the East Coast. I been saying / and feeling this for a while.

    • Craig C
      Craig C Ай бұрын

      So you can see the future, in the past, people have made money doing this reading palms.

  • Bella Drips
    Bella Drips Ай бұрын

    Love how they included the doggo's protest after the shake. 😄

  • Meg Roth
    Meg Roth Ай бұрын

    Been in many earthquakes here in SF, 1989 earthquake was 6.9. Felt many above 5. Glad there weee no casualties or major damage.

  • Tammy Roberts
    Tammy Roberts Ай бұрын

    My husband felt it while driving up by the Jamestown airport area. He was going down a curvy hill and thought a deer hit him.

  • Family & Life Too
    Family & Life Too Ай бұрын

    Only felt one Quake so far from VA .. it was felt in the NY area of the city..about 10 yrs ago

  • deborah mckinney
    deborah mckinney Ай бұрын

    I felt a 4.0 in my basement apartment in NJ in 1986. Scary!

  • DMTurner
    DMTurner Ай бұрын +3

    I recommend the YT channel Dutchsinse. He's accurately predicted hundreds of earthquakes including the one we had. He's on average 24 hours ahead but sometimes up to a week. Usgs says you can't predict them but you surely can

    • ChaCha Dodds
      ChaCha Dodds Ай бұрын +1

      He says he doesn't predict, he forecasts. There's a difference. But yeah, he's usually right on the money, and he forecast both of these eq's.
      I was watching him Live when the first 8.1 hit Turkey. He immediately said that either the enegy wave would move west, causing quakes across the boundary plate of the creton toward Greece and Italy, or the energy would remain locked up in the same area, and deliver another large eq.
      Within minutes, while still Live, the 2nd 8.0 hit.
      Those were both downgraded to 7.8 and 7.5, with a third to follow at 6.0. Hundreds of aftershocks 4.5 and above. Devastating to countries with stone-stack buildings for apartments, and in the middle of the night like this. Tens of thousands of casualties, which may not be reported. Heartbreaking.

  • TradMom
    TradMom Ай бұрын

    I was in a around magnitude 5 in Malang Indonesia in 2016. I was living in an ALL cement home w a caged in backyard. It was so scary. I had to get out into front courtyard & prayed nothing would fall upon us. Praying for everyone bc these calamities, plagues, terrible events are going to start happening w much more frequency & detriment. Plz see that you are saved? In repentance? I love you all & I pray for our Heavenly Father to have mercy & protect us all. Much love, prayers of blessings.

  • Brinks Bros
    Brinks Bros Ай бұрын

    Sweet, that’s a beautiful fade. I’ve been to many of these in Cali

  • Nicolas Trujillo
    Nicolas Trujillo Ай бұрын +2

    Keep them hearts light and calm everyone 💓🧲💓💐🌻💐🌻💐🌻

  • Janice M 🥀
    Janice M 🥀 Ай бұрын

    That was crazy! 😳

  • felicity simpson
    felicity simpson Ай бұрын +1

    I am from South West Australia we have earthquakes down here We had one on Sunday Morning this week 4-1 at around 8:20 WST (18km deep )Am at place call Darkan. Arthur River they don’t know why. We have lots of old Fault Lines Criss-crossing the south west here. We had a big one back in 1968 at a place Meckering nearly wipe the Wheat Sheep district town off the map A whooping 6-9 Media says 6-3 to 6-5 Quake Prays God Nobody was kill it was a long weekend But early settlers into the 1840s complained about the ground Rumbling and quaking banging too. Amazing before that quake the farmers complained or noticed their water well (2 weeks before ) dry up or where the water was cold it produced Hot Water !!! Because the ground got push up 6feet 2meters there a 32km fault line North to South. Push us closer to Canberra By 3inches 20cm Interesting check out Google Earth and Wikipedia Not as bad as the one in Turkey etc Blessings 😢

  • Donna H
    Donna H Ай бұрын +4

    Sure did shake a lot of nerves in view of what happened in Turkey 😮

    • Your Moms Lover
      Your Moms Lover Ай бұрын +1

      Turkey had 7,8 earthquake extremely strong ones

  • RDC_Autosports
    RDC_Autosports Ай бұрын

    there’s a fault line right there, ain’t been active in a while …. there’s a spot in Ny where you can see the fault line in the rocks

  • Pia Padmore
    Pia Padmore Ай бұрын

    I had no idea we had a fault near-by. I lived in Los Angeles for years, and experienced the rolling-feeling..type. I told my sons it was an explosion, no way was that an earthquake. 😂

  • Simon2018
    Simon2018 Ай бұрын

    Yea I remember the shock when I learned that NYS has a HUGE fault line going thru it and the National Earthquake center is here as well.

  • Marige OBrien
    Marige OBrien Ай бұрын

    Because the eastern states have a granite bedrock, there's little chance of a major earthquake. BUT-- also because it's on granite, the effect will spread much further than other areas. The last earthquake I felt here in NJ was in 2010 and the epicenter was in Virginia, over 500 miles away. We do get earthquakes here as there is small fault line known as the Raritan Fault, that lies 5-10 miles west of NYC. In the late 1970's there was another, much worse, when I was living closer to the city.

    • Joseph Bennett
      Joseph Bennett Ай бұрын

      The strongest earthquake that occurred here on the east coast was i think back in 2010 in Washington DC it created after shocks that reached all the way up where i live in Western Pennsylvania it was incredibly strong and frightened so many people.

  • gail hasler
    gail hasler Ай бұрын +1

    The New Madrid earthquake was centered in Missouri, but felt in Boston, Montreal, and New York!

  • Brian Scutt
    Brian Scutt Ай бұрын +3

    Thank God it was not a 7.5 . Those people are hurting.

  • Holy Moly
    Holy Moly Ай бұрын

    Ugh, I bet it did scare the crap out of people...ya'll aren't used to this like us Californians-we've had aftershocks much larger than this...but we just ride 'em out, and are annoyed for the disruption.
    I can say, the 7.2 earthquake we had on Easter Sunday in what, 2011, or 2012, did startle us 😶

  • Derek Beyer
    Derek Beyer Ай бұрын +1

    That was a 3.8? can definitely tell it was shallow, that's quite the jolt for a 3.8. Im in Alaska, we have earthquakes of that magnitude all the time. But now and again they are like that. Feels like someone hit your house with a car lol

  • Lord daquan of house Rastafarian

    Damit man I live very close to the San Andreas fault line it has been so quite for way too long...every now and then I think about it we’ll see how it goes

  • Old Hickory Reincarnate
    Old Hickory Reincarnate Ай бұрын +8

    When anyone in media tries to immediately explain any potential alternative story to what happen you should immediately question what happened.

  • dorivista
    dorivista Ай бұрын +1

    Depend on the type of soil

  • Connie Ackles
    Connie Ackles Ай бұрын +4

    Be thankful it wasn’t as bad as the earthquake in Syria/Turkey this morning. These are the craziest of times in every corner of the world! Prayers to everyone close these areas. No one is exempt when it comes to Mother Nature! 🙏🏻 🙏🏻 🙏🏻

  • Estie ForU
    Estie ForU Ай бұрын

    Always stay under brittle structures during a earthquake is what I learned in my physics class

  • Emme2975
    Emme2975 Ай бұрын

    Was walking the hall at the hospital, finishing rounds and thought a transformer blew or someone fell! They had just announced generator testing 10min prior to the quake!

  • JA S
    JA S Ай бұрын +1

    I live in south jersey... I woke up to my 5 year old son telling me there was an earthquake... I don't know how he felt it or knew but he did.