Think earthquakes only happen on the West Coast? Think again. A 5.0 magnitude earthquake rocked Canada at the Ontario-Quebec border today. Its aftershocks not only slightly affected Chicago, New York City, and Pittsburgh, but they can be felt as far away as Rhode Island.
No one was hurt or killed during the earthquake at this time, but, according to CBS News, you can see many evacuating buildings in Toronto and Ottawa. Make no mistake, we need to take each earthquake seriously, even at a paltry 1.0 magnitude.