Cracks Discovered At School In Greenwich After 4.8 Magnitude Earthquake: Report

Cracks were discovered at a school in Fairfield County after a 4.8 magnitude earthquake was felt throughout the Northeast, according to a new report.

Central Middle School in Greenwich.

Central Middle School in Greenwich.

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Central Middle School in Greenwich was evacuated and moved to Greenwich High School after the cracks developed following the quake, which happened around 10:23 a.m. on Friday, April 5, according to NBC Connecticut.

Engineers will conduct a further inspection over the weekend, the report said.

Click here to read the NBC Connecticut report.

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