An earthquake jolted the Mid-Atlantic region of the East Coast Thursday afternoon.
The U.S. Geological Survey says the 4.1-magnitude quake struck at 4:45 p.m. and was centered about six miles east-northeast of Dover, Delaware.
It was initially reported as a 5.1 magnitude earthquake, but the USGS later reduced it to a 4.1.
Residents in the East Village and Brooklyn reported feeling shaking in their neighborhoods, more than 120 miles north of the epicenter.
No injuries or damage have been reported.
This isn't the first earthquake felt in NYC. Back in August 2011, a room was evacuated as Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance was giving a press conference and the city felt tremors from a 5.8 magnitude earthquake that struck Virginia.