(WFLA) – A ninth earthquake has struck the Florida-Alabama border area.
U.S Geological Survey data shows four small earthquakes were documented over a 2-day period last week.
- On Thursday, April 11, a 2.5 magnitude earthquake struck 10 kilometers NNE of Flomaton, Alabama at 12:33 p.m. (EST) on April 11. The earthquake was 7 kilometers deep.
- On Thursday, April 11, a 2.8 magnitude earthquake struck 11 kilometers west of Brewton, Alabama at 4:11 p.m. (EST). The earthquake was 8.5 kilometers deep.
- On Thursday, April 11, a 2.6 magnitude earthquake struck 13 kilometers NW of Flomaton, Alabama at 11:51 p.m. (EST). The earthquake was 5 kilometers deep.
- On Friday, April 12, a 1.8 magnitude earthquake struck 9 kilometers NNE of Flomaton, Alabama at 11:48 p.m. (EST). The earthquake was 4 kilometers deep.
Five earthquakes were reported in March, according to WKRG. Two were in Flomaton, Alabama, two were in East Brewton, Alabama, and one was in Century, Florida.