A 2.0 magnitude earthquake struck Massachusetts at 10:19 p.m. Saturday, the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency and the United States Geological Survey confirms.
The seismograph at the Weston Observatory did pick up on a small earthquake near Gardner and Templeton on Saturday night.
The Templeton Police Department tweeted just before 10:30 p.m. that they believed they just had another earthquake.
They added that they are aware of the situation and are looking into it.
Gardner Police also tweeted about multiple reports of a loud rumble followed by a tremor. There were no power outages or damages reported, they said.
Ashburnham Police posted on Facebook saying they too felt what they believed to be an earthquake.
This marks the second earthquake in the area in two days. A 2.2 magnitude earthquake was detected in the same town on Friday.
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This article will be updated as more information is made available.