National Weather Service: Michigan meteor caused magnitude 2.0 Earthquake



(WXYZ0 - The United States Geological Survey confirmed that a meteor was seen and heard across the skies of Michigan on Tuesday night, around 8:10 p.m.
According to the National Weather Service, the meteor caused a 2.0 magnitude earthquake, which the USGS said struck near New Haven, specifically near 25 Mile and Card Rd.

The fireball report from the American Meteor Society had reports from six states and Ontario, Canada.
Map showing fireball reports

MOST VIEWED ARTICLES

Hurricane Michael evacuee spots trapped uncle's H-E-L-P message on NOAA satellite map

Red Alert in France, Massive Flash Floods leave at least 6 dead, schools closed, and roads washed out!

Cyclone "Titli" aftermath: Trail of Destruction, Dozens Dead and missing

2 months' worth of rain in one night floods southern France, the death toll in Europe rises to 18

Ex-Hurricane Michael Expected to Hit NW Spain Tomorrow Morning,

Patriot Prayer Rally in Portland Turns Bloody; American Flag Saved From Flames

19-mile-long crack has opened up on the vulnerable Antarctic coast.