This 1 Street in WNY Was Epicenter of Buffalo Earthquake
If you lived on this street in West Seneca, New York you probably felt the 3.8 magnitude earthquake that shook Western New York more than most. In fact, there was one street at the epicenter of the entire earthquake.
According to the United States Geological Survey, Steiner Ave. in West Seneca was at the epicenter of the entire earthquake that hit Western New York yesterday.
Everyone had a story from the earthquake in Buffalo yesterday. It was interesting to hear the difference in stories. Some people slept right through it, some were jolted out of bed. Some people thought it was a snow plow that hit their house, some thought it was a gas explosion. Thousands of 911 calls were placed yesterday to local dispatchers.
Ironically, the earthquake that hit Buffalo, New York yesterday is on the low side of the scale. No damage was reported by Erie County, though in the City of Buffalo, there was a chimney that crashed to the ground.