[nfbwatlk] earthquake! I can't believe it!
sarahb006 at comcast.net
Fri Jan 30 22:26:14 UTC 2009
I am in Puyallup, so I doubt that I would have felt it anyway, as, I
believe, I am too far south. Also, I was sleeping pretty heavily, so even
if I were in the correct area to get the brunt of it, I doubt I would have
felt it then either.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Lauren Merryfield" <lauren1 at catliness.com>
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Sent: Friday, January 30, 2009 6:21 AM
Subject: [nfbwatlk] earthquake! I can't believe it!
> I was on my computer at 5-25 this morning when suddenly I heard and felt
> this crash! It was as if something had rammed into my home. It only
> lasted a couple seconds but it was loud! It startled me and it didn't
> take long for me to realize it was an earthquake.
> I had KOMO radio on and sure enough, they felt something in the studio and
> then all kinds of people, including me, called in. So I was on the radio,
> being from Marysville and having felt the earthquake here.
> They are saying the epicenter was around Kingston, about 15 miles
> northwest of Seattle, so perhaps those of us up here actually felt it
> more. They're saying it was 4.6 on the Richter scale and no damage
> reported. Whew! It sure spooked me out! The cats didn't seem bothered
> though I don't have Jaspur anymore, who probably would have said something
> about it. Wow! my 2nd earthquake; January 30, 2009.
> Did anyone else feel it?
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