HIGH POINT, N.C. — Did you feel that?
At about 12:32 a.m. Tuesday morning, a quake shook the Piedmont Triad, as indicated by the U.S. Geographical Survey.
The tremor was focused around 3 miles beneath the territory of Frazier Marsh Road, close Coltranes Mill and 8 miles east-southeast of High Point.
The USGS reports the quake at a greatness 2.2.
Tremors of sizes 1 through 3 are ordinarily “not felt aside from by a not very many under particularly ideal conditions,” as indicated by the USGS.
Numerous individuals, in any case, reached FOX8 and crisis administrations to report sounds or a boisterous blast at about that time.
One watcher expressed, “Only minutes back I could hear a thunder outside my home pursued by a something that shook the house.”