An earthquake struck today in Centerville, South Carolina, and just two miles south of Summerville and three miles west of Ladson.
The 2.5 magnitude quake also hit near Goose Creek.
It hit at a shallow depth, 3.4 miles, according to the U.S. Geological Service.
Residents in both Centerville and Summerville took to Twitter to say that they felt the quake.
“Sounded like a bulldozer hit the house & the chandelier was swaying!” said Amanda Badgett from Summerville.
“People say it felt like an explosion,” said Bo Peterson of The Post and Courier.
“2.4? it felt like 2.4 x4!” said Demetrius Johnson.
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