Earthquake aftershocks felt in Brooklyn

The aftershocks of an earthquake in Canada were felt in Brooklyn today, shaking buildings and lighting up phone lines to emergency services.There are no reports

BROOKLYN - The aftershocks of an earthquake in Canada were felt in Brooklyn today, shaking buildings and lighting up phone lines to emergency services.

There are no reports of any serious damage. The earthquake started just north of the Canadian capital of Ottawa, which is more than 400 miles north of Brooklyn.

The U.S. Geological Survey says the 5.0-magnitude quake lasted for 30 seconds. AP wire services contributed to this report.Click on the link to view the earthquake on a seismograph

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