It was more shake, rattle and roll as a third earthquake this week jolted portions of Kansas Tuesday evening. The quake just after 5p.m. measured a magnitude 3.1 and was centered approximately 8 miles southwest of Harper, according to the USGS. A pair of quakes shook portions of Kansas Monday. Just after 2.am. a 2.9 quake hit 6 miles northwest of Mankato in Jewell County. At 10:15 p.m. Monday, the USGS recorded a 2.6 quake three miles south of Rose Hill in Butler County. The USGS has recorded 13 quake in Kansas in June.
Source: VNC News
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