Everything seems unsettled…
Now an earthquake swarm is hitting, of all places, Arizona.
The largest earthquake to hit Arizona on record was 5.6 which struck the Arizona-Utah border back in July 1959. Scientists attributed that quake with a rockslide, however.
Geologists say they aren’t sure what’s causing this new uptick in Arizona earthquakes.
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