GLENVILLE, W.Va. — The second earthquake in as many weeks was recorded early Tuesday morning in Gilmer County.

Officials with the U.S. Geological Survey say the epicenter for the magnitude 2.8 earthquake was about seven miles south of Glenville.

No damages were reported.

On July 20, a magnitude 2.7 earthquake shook the ground in the same area near Glenville.

 

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  • Bigfish

    I meant fracking

  • Bigfish

    Are they tracking in gilmer county?

  • AX MAN

    Sounds like a whole lot of shaking going on in Glenville.