Canadian Earthquake Shakes the Motor City to Lansing
Last night Canada had a 3.6 magnitude earthquake and tremors were felt from Detroit all the way to Lansing Michigan.
According to WOOD TV, an earthquake struck in Canada around 8 p.m. Thursday night. The United States Geological Survey said the quake originated nearly 16 miles south of downtown Detroit and just over 3 miles under the Canadian city Amherstburg.
There are no reports of damages or injuries but many Michiganders felt the earthquakes impact.
The last time an earthquake shook the West Michigan region was back in 2015 when a 4.2 magnitude quake struck almost 4 miles below the surface of southwest Michigan.
The United States Geological Survey also lists the largest earthquake to ever rock Michigan was back in 1947 when a 4.6 magnitude earthquake erupted.