Magnitude 2.2 Earthquake Reported in Templeton, Massachusetts

Catalogo_de_Televisa.jpg

A magnitude 2.2 earthquake was reported in Templeton, Massachusetts at 12:51 p.m. on Friday, according to the Weston Observatory.

The local Public Safety Communications Center in Gardner and communications centers in surrounding towns received citizen calls reporting shaking and associated loud noises.

The Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency said it was aware of reports of shaking but there were no reports of explosions, fires or significant property damage.

Local

In-depth news coverage of the Greater Boston Area.

Slow Warm-up Into Next Week

Report: RI Police Officer Shot at Suspect Who Drove at Him

Ordinarily, a magnitude 2.0 earthquake will cause minor shaking but will not cause significant structural damage, MEMA said.

Contact Us