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April 18, 2008



Considering I was one hour and twenty five minutes into my zzzz's... I didn't feel a thing... if there was anything this far North of you and your friend, Karen.

I was visiting my grandparents as a young child. I remember waking up to the pull out couch shaking. My grandparents lived in a mobile home park and I thought someone hitched us up to a truck and we were moving. (totally not possible with this type of home)

Anyhow, as I asked if we were moving, something fell and broke and my grandmother calmly stated that this was an earthquake and then it was over pretty close to her finishing speaking.

It was 3 something as a measurement, so I can only imagine how this one felt.

A bit scarey, but kinda cool non-the less.


All right the 10 year old (11 on Monday)
said he woke up to the shaking. He said his bed was shaking and his lampshade was to close to the window and was hitting the blind. He heard it rattling. He also said the dog came into his room. :)


Wow, his bed shook?!

I'm surprised I slept through this one, especially since it was a magnitude of 5.2. I've never felt an earthquake and never thought I'd hear of one shaking up Wisconsin. It's so crazy!


Like your co-worker, I woke up around that time (I think) but didn't know why I woke up. Maybe it really was due to the earthquake...


Apparently I was sound asleep because I live in Kenosha and didn't feel a thing. Actually, I didn't even know about it until I watched the 10 p.m. news that day. One might say I live under a rock, which might be the reason why I didn't feel it.

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