This is the second rare quake in less than two months to shake the Wolverine state.
A region which is fairly stranger to earthquakes!
A M3.3 shallow earthquake jolted lower Michigan – 13 miles south of Battle Creek – on June 30 2015 a little before 11:45 a.m.
The shallow quake – 3 miles under the surface – was felt from Kalamazoo to Jackson. Moreover, people in Indiana and in Ohio also reported the tremor.
People reported it as a truck hitting their building with a prolonged thunder sound.
On May 2 2015, a M4.2 earthquake hit just south of Galesburg, Michigan, also triggering explosion-like noises.
No damage was reported.