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It's been 1 week since a 4.8 earthquake rocked New Jersey. Here's what to know about quakes in the state.

Princeton University professor of geosciences Allan Rubin spoke to News 12’s Roxanne Evans about the cause of the earthquake and the possibility of another occurring in New Jersey.

News 12 Staff

Apr 12, 2024, 5:27 PM

Updated 45 days ago

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Last week’s 4.8 magnitude earthquake has left many questioning if New Jersey is likely to experience another potentially damaging incident.
News 12 Meteorologist Mike Rizzo explains more about how earthquakes happen in New Jersey.
The United States Geological Survey deploys "aftershock kits" to study the quake. Officials say there have been at least 50 aftershocks since the April 5 earthquake.
And Princeton University professor of geosciences Allan Rubin spoke to News 12’s Roxanne Evans about the cause of the earthquake and the possibility of another occurring in New Jersey.


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