2019 Lilbourn, Missouri Earthquake
On September 27, 2019, the town of Lilbourn, Missouri felt a magnitude 3.3 Earthquake. The official time of the Earthquake was 08:47:45 (UTC). 66 people reported feeling the earthquake with some minor damage from it. Of those 66 reports, 35 were in the first hour after the Eartquake. 39 people that reported about the earthquake were within 10 km of the Epicenter. They all reported it as a 4 out of 10 in strength and damage. The Earthquake originated about 4 kilometers southwest of Lilbourn, Missouri.
The New Madrid Seismic Zone had 18 earthquakes between September 26 and 30. The largest of the earthquakes was the 3.3 magnitude earthquake in Lilbourn, Missouri.
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