Loud booms as small earthquake hits the Ramapo Fault in New Jersey

A small magnitude-1.6 quake hit the Ramopo Fault on February 18, 2016.

Although strong like a fart for residents of the Bay area in California, 1000 people reported feeling the tremors in Morris County, New Jersey.

And it was a very loud fart as 3 explosion-like loud booms were reported.

new jersey earthquake ramapo fault february 18 2016, A federal environmental agency says a small earthquake has hit northern New Jersey for the second time in less than two months., USGS confirms 1.6-magnitude earthquake in northern NJ
A federal environmental agency says a small earthquake has hit northern New Jersey for the second time in less than two months.

As you know, the borough of Butler in Morris County isn’t exactly the Bay Area in California, so a M1.6 quake that causes a really loud explosion is breaking news in New Jersey.

Yes, you know, they live on the Ramapo Fault.

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