The Ohio earthquake was reportedly felt in parts of WNY

MADISON, Ohio (WIVB) – A magnitude 3.6 earthquake struck Ohio not far southwest of Erie, Pennsylvania.

The earthquake, which struck near the shore of Lake Erie northeast of Cleveland, struck around 10:43 p.m. Sunday night United States Geological Survey says the depth was estimated at five kilometers, plus or minus two kilometers.

The magnitude of the earthquake was originally estimated at 4.0, but this was later downgraded.

The USGS says it was collected almost 1,200 answers by people in Ohio, Pennsylvania and even western New York and Canada who claim to have felt the tremor, albeit on a weak scale.

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