2.3 magnitude earthquake hits Lancaster County

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A 2.3 magnitude earthquake strikes Lancaster County. (WPVI)

A small earthquake rattled Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Sunday afternoon.

It happened just before 5 p.m. in the southern part of the county.

The USGS says the epicenter was approximately three miles south of Millersville.

It was close to a magnitude 2.3. First reports from the USGS said the quake was a 2.7.

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Part of Chester County felt the ground shake over the weekend.



Action News is told the quake was felt across most of Lancaster County.

No damage has been reported.

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