LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – A New York earthquake today 2013 struck Warrensburg, Glen Falls, and communities north of Albany. The New York earthquake today August 25, 2013 began in the morning hours but was centered close to the earth’s surface. Damage assessment is pending.
Officials tell news that a 2.7 magnitude New York earthquake today started at 9:33 am local time. The quake however had a depth of only six miles below the ground’s surface. As a result, its impact could be felt in neighboring towns.
USGS indicates to news that the quake was six miles east of Warrensburg. The quake was nine miles northwest of Glen Falls and twenty-three miles north of Saratoga Springs as well. Officials tell news that the quake was forty miles west of Rutland, Vermont and fifty-three miles north of Albany, New York.
Last year, a moderate quake struck New Jersey roughly two miles from Ringwood. The quake was three miles northeast of Oakland and four miles north of Franklin Lakes, home to some of the Real Housewives of New Jersey filming last season. The quake was also twelve miles of Paterson and thirty miles from New York. The quake was northwest of Manhattan, southeast of Middletown. The quake was centered west of 287 passing through Mahway. The quake was also close to the Rampago Valley Reservation, west of Bergen County Administrative Departments and just west of Darlington Park, Ramsey and Allendale.