That was an earthquake people were feeling in South Carolina and Georgia Friday night. Initial reports pegged the quake at a magnitude of 5.4, although that number was quickly revised downward.
— Jacob Wycoff (@4cast4you) February 15, 2014
— NBC2 (@NBC2) February 15, 2014
— Blair Miller (@BlairMillerTV) February 15, 2014
USGS says 4.1 magnitude quake centered in western SC. So far, no reports of damage. Largest earthquake in this region was in 1916 — a 5.1
— Ben Stein (@AnotherBenStein) February 15, 2014
USGS now saying 4.1 earthquake. Said multiple times on #WBTVat11. Making sure to update Twitter, too. Shallow quake felt far away.
— Molly Grantham WBTV (@MollyGrantham) February 15, 2014
I know there's a couple finishing a Valentine's date that kissed the exact moment that quake hit.
"Did you feel that?" #magic
— Radi Nabulsi (@RadiNabulsi) February 15, 2014
— Brittany Kay (@zairaduvessa) February 15, 2014
Within minutes, the quake had its own Twitter account.