If you’re feeling a little shook up this morning, you’re not alone.
The United States Geological Survey announced that a 3.2 earthquake was registered at around 11:15 a.m. 6 km southwest of Augusta (epicenter: 33.430°N 82.019°W, depth: 14.9 km).
Watch this space throughout the day for more information, or visit the USGS’s earthquake information center to learn more.
If you observe damage within the medical center as a result of the earthquake, call 706-721-4551. To report damage to the university, call 706-721-2434.
Edit: A previous version of this story reported that the earthquake registered at a magnitude of 3.0. The USGS has since updated their report to reflect a magnitude of 3.2.