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Small earthquake rattles New Madrid Fault Zone

TIPTONVILLE, TN (KAIT) -

A magnitude 3.1 earthquake centered near Tiptonville, Tennessee shook the ground Sunday night. 

The U.S.G.S. reports the tremor was centered just northwest of Tiptonville along the Mississippi River and happened about 11:19 pm CDT. No damage has been reported, but it was felt in several counties throughout the Mid-South.

For more information visit the USGS Earthquake Summary.

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