Two months worth of shaking hit a peak Friday night in Nevada
By Gregory Mone
Posted 04.28.2008 at 4:23 pm 6 Comments
Some residents of Reno, Nevada, are leaving their homes after two months of scattered earthquakes. An earthquake that registered 4.7 on the Richter Scale hit Friday night - the strongest in a string of shakes that started way back at the end of February. But that wasn't all: More than 150 aftershocks rumbled through the region over the weekend.
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