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The 4.5 magnitude earthquake was centered near Lake Arrowhead in Maine.
An earthquake in Southern Maine reverberated all the way to the Boston metropolitan area at 7:12 p.m. Tuesday evening.
"Notice how it seemed to kind of 'roll' through, shaking momentarily but kind of coming in a wave," New England Sports Network, based in Boston, reported of feeling the quake.
Registering at a 4.5 magnitude, the temblor was centered 3.7 miles Maine's Lake Arrowhead, Reuters reported.
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There were no reported injuries or damage.
Maine has experienced over 80 earthquakes since 1997, according to the state's Bureau of Geology. The state's most serious earthquake was in 1904. It registered as a 5.1 on the Richter scale, and was felt through most of New England and the Canadian provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.
Of course, it wouldn't be an East Coast earthquake without a sea of Twitter reactions. Here, some of the best: