LAFAYETTE, Ga. -- It wasn't much, but an earthquake did lightly shake parts of northwest Georgia Sunday night.
The United States Geological Survey said a quake measuring a magnitude of 2.2 struck about 4 kilometers north of LaFayette, Ga. just before 10 p.m.
The earthquake's epicenter was near Highway 36 and Old Mineral Highway.
Quakes at this level on the Richter Scale are usually not felt except by a few people under "especially favorable conditions," according to the USGS.
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