Did you feel the Earth move yesterday in Washington County? A pair of 2.8 magnitude earthquakes rumbled through Washington County on Thursday, August 11 a little more than 12 hours apart.

The first earthquake yesterday was centered 2 miles west-northwest of Jonesboro at 7:29 in the morning.

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The 2nd earthquake was felt at 7:09 p.m. and was located 2 miles East of Centerville, Maine.

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Centerville is 7.4 miles from Jonesboro.

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