An Upstate New York town is recovering from a strong earthquake that was measured early Tuesday morning.

According to a website called Earth Quake Track, the Town of Potsdam just below the border to Canada experienced a 2.1 magnitude quake just after 6 a.m.

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. The highest level on the Richter scale is 5.0.

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