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West Central Indiana Reports an Earthquake Thursday
Friday, June 18, 2021

MONTEZUMA, IN — A small earthquake has been reported in west-central Indiana.

The United States Geological Survey confirmed a 3.8 magnitude earthquake was reported 2 1/2 miles northeast of Montezuma, west of Indianapolis near the Illinois border.

There were no injuries, but some “very light” damage was reported.

According to a USGS intensity map, the quake was felt from Bloomington to Logansport.



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