News Video: USGS: Earthquake Hit NE Philly

This video news report from WTXF FOX 29 Philadelphia,:
The U.S. Geological Survey is now reporting that a magnitude 1.7 earthquake hit the Philadelphia region late Friday, which may explain the widespread reports of a loud booming noise and houses shaking in Northeast Philadelphia.

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