The Heartland shook again Friday afternoon.
A total of 22 aftershocks have shaken the Heartland, many too small to feel; but the US Geological Survey says Monday morning's 4.0 magnitude aftershock was one of the strongest since Friday's quake in Southern Illinois.
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Geologists say the tremblor hit just before 12:40 a.m. Monday, registered at 4.0 magnitude at its epicenter about 5 miles northwest of Mount Carmel, Illinois.
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While we haven't had many reports of damage in the Heartland, a lot of people spent the day checking just to make sure. That included structural engineers from the Department of Transportation and city public works departments.
At approximately 10:14 AM another earthquake, a magnitude 4.5 shook the heartland. The earthquake was centered eight miles east of West Salem, IL.
Several aftershocks have shaken the ground under the Heartland Friday morning. The strongest aftershock occured around 10:14 a.m.
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