SUMMERVILLE, S.C. — A 2.5-magnitude earthquake shook the Summerville and Centerville area shortly after 6:30 p.m. Wednesday.
According to the U.S. Geological Survey, the earthquake happened at 6:38 p.m. with the epicenter located approximately two miles south of Summerville.
Residents in the area took to Twitter, reporting that they felt the tremors of the earthquake.
No damage has been reported.
That was only a 2.5 magnitude earthquake?! That was a strong 2.5!!!
— Molly Thee Maid 🧹 (@ToraTheXplorer_) March 19, 2014
— quality control and a rounding error (@matcatastrophe) March 19, 2014
— Zachary Stieber (@ZackStieber) March 19, 2014
2.5 earthquake centered in Summerville SC area. More details here: http://t.co/BqiXI8l5eQ
— NWS Charleston, SC (@NWSCharlestonSC) March 19, 2014
USGS: 2.5 magnitude earthquake hits Summerville area http://t.co/K132MN4p2Y
— FOX Carolina News (@foxcarolinanews) March 19, 2014