Minor Earthquake in Metropolis

Today at approximately 4:57 p.m., a minor earthquake rattled the downtown Metropolis area. Seismic readings put the epicenter of the tremor somewhere below the center of the city. A LexCorp spokesman has stated that the quake may resulted from a telluric current test that apparently set off a small bubble of combustible gas far beneath the city–a one in 10,000 occurrence that is unlikely to ever happen again and that poses no danger to the city. Experts concur with the LexCorp findings.

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