Did you feel it or hear it?
If you live in north Georgia and felt some rumbling you’re not alone. The The USGS (United States Geological Survey), a science bureau within the United States Department of the Interior, reported a 2.6 magnitude earthquake happened around 11:47 p.m. Thursday.
Officials say the center of the earthquake was shortly more than 10 miles north-northeast of Eton, Georgia in Murray County.
So far 532 citizens have contributed information to the USGS regarding their experience with the earthquake last night in North Georgia.
If you felt it, you can add your information here: