West Michigan earthquake was 4.2, centered near Galesburg

11188170_10204927574764201_7970250484618459998_nAlmost everybody in West Michigan reported feeling an earthquake at about 12:23 p.m. Saturday. News outlets have reported a 4.2 quake was centered about eight miles south Galesburg in Kalamazoo County. Public safety authorities have asked the public to refrain from calling 911 and police and fire stations. There were no injuries reported and the best way to get information was through broadcast and Internet news. This cute graphic was posted on Facebook by Greg DeBlaay of Dorr and Wayland High School graduate Michael Johnston of Kentwood.

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