Magnitude 3.6 earthquake shakes southeastern Arizona

CLIFTON — The United States Geological Survey reports an earthquake with a magnitude of 3.6 shook southeastern Arizona on Saturday. It was felt as far away

According to the Arizona Geological Survey, the Duncan and Safford area felt a sequence of shallow quakes around 10 a.m.


  1. The earthquake originated approx 2 miles from Franklin, AZ. If nothing else occurs, Google engineers will scratch their heads wondering why so many people Google searched a 1sq mile town in the middle of nowhere.
    This is probably the biggest thing to hit Franklin, AZ. since the invention of electricity, indoor plumbing and asphalt.

    The Oracle

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