If you live in Hancock County or in the Bangor area, you might have felt the 2 earthquakes that rumbled our area, in the early morning hours of Saturday, January 14th.


The first was a 3.3 magnitude earthquake that happened at 1:27 a.m. located 6 kilometers East-Southeast of Dedham.

Lots of Mainers are reporting that they felt it. If you did, you can report it HERE

The other earthquake this morning was a sizeable aftershock, registering 2.0 just a little to the East of the 1st one, (7 kilometers East-Southeast of Dedham) This happened at 1:44 a.m.  If you felt that one, you can report it HERE

Those 2 were proceeded by a 1.8 magnitude earthquake at 7:17 a.m. on Friday January 13th!, a little northeast of the 2 earthquakes Saturday morning.

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