FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - For the second time in a little more than two years, an earthquake has been detected in our area. While not as strong as that earthquake, Pinpoint VIPIR HD indicated an Earthquake around 7:50 AM. Shortly after a value of 4.2 was placed at the center 15 miles Southwest of Marion, but later the quake was lowered to 3.8.
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The pictures that are attached to this story come courtesy of Evon Wainscott, who lives between Kokomo and Greentown, the epicenter of Thursday's earthquake.
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