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06-23-2010, 01:05 PM
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Yup felt in heart of Montreal. Was weird, most of the time, they happen when most are asleep. Good thing earthquakes around here aren't very strong.

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That was one crazy earthquake. It scared the **** out of me because I was just sitting on my couch and then all of a sudden everything starting shaking like crazy!

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My wife just got evacuated from her building - we're way down here in Portland, Maine...
Holy ****.

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Really? I was joking about Cobourg because I thought it would have been well out of the way... But you guys felt it in Waterloo and Caledonia? Holy ****
I'm in Chatham, only a few hours from Cobourg, and I didn't feel anything.

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Felt it in Buffalo.

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A family member in Toronto felt it too.

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5.7 on Richter scale....


Felt it in Laurentides (Lachute)

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I hope my HDTV is ok

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I felt it in Trois-Rivières but my friend in Québec says he felt nothing.

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I'm in St-Laurent and I didn't notice anything.
I'm in St-Laurent and it lasted a good 15 seconds

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http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquak...us2010xwa7.php

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I was in bed (I'm working night shifts) and felt like my bed was moving for a second. I thought I was crazy or something

I'm in Quebec, it definately wasn't very impressive here as it lasted a few seconds and I didn't hear anything.

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Felt it here too....wasn't much to it though....
Kingston, ON

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Really? I was joking about Cobourg because I thought it would have been well out of the way... But you guys felt it in Waterloo and Caledonia? Holy ****
Ya. I was doing some work at home (work in Toronto but home cuz of G20) and eating lunch and the lamp on the coffee table was rattling a bit and I was feeling the couch jiggle. Pretty nuts! That's a huge area "affected". So far we have as far as Hamilton/Waterloo, Cleveland, Portland Maine, Ottawa, and all points in between.

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I thought their was some dude in the shower but I opened the shower door and no one...

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Don't worry 5on3, it wasn't anything big.

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Yep, right in my backyard: I live in Masson-Angers, about 2 km from Buckingham.

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Felt it all the way in Cleveland.

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My Friend at Gatineau got it for 1 minute. He works at SAQ. He texted me 'Time to clean up the floors' hahaha...

I got it for like 10'ish seconds.

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So many places, but around 5, not 6 or 7, I guess you could say it's a horizontal Earthquake? lol

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7th floor apartment building in NDG, felt, didnt know it was an earthquake though. guess that was cooool
NDG REPRESENT brah!
Didnt feel it though, I was running on my treadmill, FUUUUUU

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The best is now on the news, old people are calling in and telling the newscaster about their experience.

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Thanks Jack Bourdain

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lol ... we are all so Canadian

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RT @Tawcan: #earthquake in Ontario and Quebec? Does this mean Quebec is finally separating?


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