Third earthquake hits Gulf Coast in less than a week

GULF COAST — In less than one week, three earthquakes have hit the Gulf Coast.

The latest earthquake hit around 1:30 a.m. on Wednesday morning only one kilometer north of Flomaton, Alabama. The earthquake was a magnitude of 2.3.

The other two were of higher magnitudes.

On Monday, a 3.1 magnitude earthquake also hit near Flomaton, only five kilometers northeast.

The first was 2.7 magnitude earthquake which hit seven kilometers southeast of Century, Florida. That happened on Thursday, March 7.

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