SELFOSS, Iceland (Reuters) - A strong earthquake of 6.1 magnitude hit Iceland on Thursday 31 miles southeast of the capital Reykjavik, damaging buildings in nearby Selfoss and sending terrified residents running into the streets.
Local police said no injuries had been reported.
The U.S. Geological Survey said the quake struck at 3:46 p.m. (11:46 p.m. EDT) at a shallow 6.2 miles beneath the earth's surface.
Where are the overweening Asshole-Listers to bray that they heard about this earthquake before the USGS alerted everyone?
What, you mean no one is Twittering in Iceland?
God bless them!