3.8 magnitude earthquake detected in New York's Buffalo
Early on Monday, a 3.8 magnitude earthquake struck Western New York. At 6:15 am (ET), the earthquake was registered.
When the earthquake originally occurred, Earthquakes Canada stated that it was 4.2 in magnitude.
It was discovered that West Seneca was the earthquake's epicentre. Southeast of Buffalo is where that is.
Officials confirmed quake was felt as far north as Niagara Falls and south to Orchard Park from initial reports.
A resident from Cheektowaga, NY also posted video of the earthquake on Twitter.