Facebook, Twitter flooded during earthquake

Viewers throughout the region yesterday flocked to social media sites to share their earthquake experiences. News 12's Twitter and Facebook accounts were flooded with posts throughout the afternoon. Some residents say they panicked, while others said they weren't sure what caused the tremors. "Pictures on the wall started shaking," said Gina C. from Bronxville. "Coat hangers started moving, there was a noise like a train or construction." Comments came in from other states, as well. "We felt it here in PA. Whole house shook," said James S.

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