A small earthquake was reported on Tuesday morning in upstate New York.

The United States Geological Survey's website says the small-shaker hit about 25km from Potsdam at 6:07 a.m. and was 6 km deep. It registered a tiny 2.1 on the Richter Scale.

Several residents reported the trembles and the reports were reviewed and confirmed by a seismologist. According to the same website the earthquake was measured and determined to be 6.0 kilometers below earth's surface.

There are no reports of injury.

According to a map on the USGS site, this is the 17th quake to hit the Empire State this year. The largest, a 2.2 magnitude, came on June 30th near Ticonderoga, NY.

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