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Earthquake rumbles southern Colorado

Seismic News: Colorado, USA
Jan 03, 2007
A 3.8-magnitude earthquake was detected about 20 miles southwest of Trinidad this morning, according to the National Earthquake Information Center in Golden.The earthquake was felt over a 400-square-mile area that included the towns of Trinidad and Weston. The epicenter was located near the small Colorado town of Cokedale.

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Last Updated on 11:44 AM Jan 4, 2007
Knoxville (WVLT) - Many of you may have felt the ground below you move Wednesday night.
Around 6:00 p.m. Wednesday, what's being called now a micro-quake rumbled under East Tennessee.
We spoke with a geologist from the United States Geological Survey who says the center of the quake is believed to be 6 miles north of Rockford and just 4 miles south, southwest
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