Mon., November 14, 2011 10:25am (EST)

Earthquake Too Small To Notice
By Associated Press
Updated: 2 years ago

TRION, Ga.  —  
 The quake was likely too small to be felt by most residents. No damage was reported from the tremors. ( Photo By: digitalsadhu via Flickr)
The quake was likely too small to be felt by most residents. No damage was reported from the tremors. ( Photo By: digitalsadhu via Flickr)
A small earthquake has struck northwest Georgia near the Alabama border.

The Birmingham News reports that a 1.9 magnitude quake hit near Trion about 7 a.m.


Sunday. The quake was likely too small to be felt by most residents.

No damage was reported from the tremors.

The U.S. Geological Survey reports that the quake was about four miles deep. It struck about 7 miles northwest of Trion.