New London feels tremors from New Jersey earthquake

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NEW LONDON — Residents in Connecticut felt the earth shake this morning as a 4.7 magnitude earthquake centered near Lebanon, New Jersey, sent tremors through the region.

The New London Police Department confirmed that calls came in around 10:28 a.m. from individuals and facilities reporting the shaking.

Despite the widespread sensation of the quake, authorities have reported no damage in the immediate aftermath.

The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) identified the epicenter of the earthquake in New Jersey, but the effects were felt across state lines.

Emergency services remain alert, and officials are assessing the situation to ensure public safety.

Residents are advised to check their homes and businesses for any signs of damage and to report any findings to local authorities.

The New London Police Department is working closely with the USGS to monitor any aftershocks or additional seismic activity.

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