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LETTER: We’re all shook up

Harvey Andrew of Agassiz reminisces about earthquakes in a letter.

Dear Editor:

Did we have an earthquake on Saturday, Jan. 25 at about 9:15 a.m.?

I heard a loud boom and the walls to my apartment shook for a few seconds. After living in the earthquake country of Los Angeles, it’s been so long, I forgot what an earthquake felt like.

This one earthquake registered 6.1 on the seismic scale. I t was caused by man and not by Mother Nature. This was back in the late 1980s.

We’re all shook up. Hu-huh.

Harvey Andrew

Agassiz

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