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Southern New England sees second earthquake in three days

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Southern New England has experienced its second measurable earthquake in three days.

Today, a magnitude 2.1 earthquake took place at approximately 5:30 p.m. 1 km south southwest of North Plymouth, Massachusetts.

The exact location of the quake was 41.957°N 70.692°W with a depth of 8.9 km according to United States Geological Survey.

MEMA is not aware of any reports of significant issues/damage.

A minor earthquake hit the area on Sunday as a 2.0 earthquake struck 4 km east southeast of Newport, Rhode Island.

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