August 14, 2015
A minor 2.5-magnitude earthquake was reported in New Jersey Friday morning.
The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) confirmed the magnitude-2.5 quake hit around 3:41 a.m., roughly 2 miles north of Bernardsville, Somerset County.
Robert Sanders, a geophysicist with USGS, told NJ.com that by 6:30 a.m., at least 93 people had reported feeling the earthquake from as far as 25 miles away.
No damage or injuries were reported.
Felt the earthquake in Tewksbury, NJ— Aimee Scordamaglia (@aimeescord) August 14, 2015
My dog heard the NJ earthquake last night - he was barking & woke me up, I was dreaming that I heard glass breaking in the street— Andrea for Obama (@reallyandrea) August 14, 2015