A local official remarked, "It felt like a vehicle struck my house in Buffalo.
According to the U.S. Geological Survey, an earthquake with a 3.8 magnitude occurred early on Monday morning near the Buffalo, New York, suburbs.
According to authorities, the earthquake's epicenter was close to West Seneca. Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz posted on Twitter that trembling was felt as far south as Orchard Park and as far north as Niagara Falls.
"It was like a vehicle had struck my Buffalo home. I sprung from my bed "said he.
According to a preliminary report from USGS authorities, the earthquake occurred around 6:15 a.m. and was located roughly 2 kilometers east-northeast of West Seneca.
Governor Kathy Hochul said there were no early reports of damage.
She stated, "My staff is in contact with local authorities, and we will give whatever help required.
This story is still developing. Please return to this page for updates. Ahmad Hemingway and Michael Kreisel of ABC News contributed to this story.