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Small earthquake hits northern Adirondacks

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VERMONTSVILLE -- A minor earthquake has rattled the northern Adirondacks.

The 2.4-magnitude temblor struck at 8:46 a.m. today and was centered 11 miles northeast of Saranac Lake.

Sue Capone of Vermontville told the Adirondack Daily Enterprise that the quake shook her house and came with a big boom that sounded like thunder.

The temblor followed other small quakes near Val-des-Bois, Quebec, and near Wiscasset, Maine.

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