An earthquake rocked parts of northeast Ohio early Monday morning.
ODNR's Ohio Seismic Network reported the 3.2 magnitude earthquake at 3:48 a.m. northwest of Fairport Harbor in Lake County.
No damage was reported, however, NewsChannel5 viewer Carey Yonchak said their house shook and windows rattled in the Mentor-Painesville area.
According to the U.S. Geological Survey, the largest earthquake (magnitude 4.8) caused damage in 1986 in northeastern most Ohio, and the most recent damaging shock (magnitude 4.5) occurred in 1998 at the seismic zone's eastern edge in northwestern Pennsylvania.
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