A 3.8-magnitude earthquake rattled the Buffalo area on Monday, February 6.
Local business Friers, LLC, which is based in West Seneca just outside Buffalo, captured some shaking on surveillance video after 6 am.
The quake struck a short distance east-northeast of West Seneca, according to the US Geological Survey.
New York Gov Kathy Hochul said no damage was reported. The quake was the strongest in the area in at least 40 years, according to local WBEN. Credit: Friers, LLC Metal & Wood Gallery via Storyful