Did you feel it?
If you did, you're one of just a few.
A small magnitude 1.8 earthquake was recorded in Rockland on Friday, marking the second earthquake in the Hudson Valley this year.
The quake was reported at 4:22 p.m. with its epicenter in Hillcrest and with a depth of 5 kilometers.
An earthquake must register a magnitude of 2.0 or more for a significant number of people to feel it.
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