3.8-Magnitude Earthquake Rattles Western New York

A 3.8-magnitude earthquake struck western New York on Monday, February 6, the US Geological Survey (USGS) said.

The USGS said the earthquake was centered a short distance east northeast of West Seneca. The National Weather Service reported that at 6:15 am, an earthquake was felt strongly by many people in the Buffalo area.

Footage uploaded to Twitter by Paula Ferraro shows the moment the quake shook a dog crate and floor, captured by her security camera in Buffalo. Credit: Paula Ferraro via Storyful

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