A small earthquake hit Morristown on Saturday, the second quake this week.
This one, a magnitude 1.0, occurred at 8:05 am about a mile to the west/northwest of Morristown, at a depth of about seven miles, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
On Monday evening, a 1.7 magnitude quake struck about the same distance to the south/southwest of Morristown, at a depth of three miles.
This time, Gianna Delcolle of Morris Township said she felt “a little rumble, then a boom.”
Video: Author Kathryn Miles discusses NJ/NY fault lines on WPIX: