Small earthquake shakes southern Missouri

The U.S. Geological Survey reports a small earthquake shook Ozark and Taney counties Monday evening.The 2.10 earthquake was centered northwest of Diamond City and hit shortly after 8 p.m.The Missouri Department of Natural Resources reports most Missourians are familiar with the large earthquakes occurring in the New Madrid Seismic Zone in the southeast part of the state. However, Missouri experiences small earthquakes nearly every day.These earthquakes typically are too small to be felt, but are recorded on seismographs.

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