Colorado was rattled by a 5.3-magnitude earthquake Monday night, the largest tremor to hit the state in 40 years. The quake was felt in Trinidad, a few hours south of Denver, and was preceded by at least two smaller ones. "I thought maybe a car had hit my house," a 70-year-old Trinidad resident told the Associated Press. Back in 2001, Colorado experienced a smaller series of earthquakes. Geophysicist Shengzao Chen tells the Associated Press, “The area seems to be active again.”
Originally posted by shaneR
reply to post by antinwo101
sorry to be a wet blanket, but i have already seen 3 threads on the same topic,
+ U have no angle whatsoever...