After an earthquake of magnitude 5.7 in South Florida, the Associated Press called it a “major event”.
The Associated Press is calling it a major event, which is really bad.
It was a magnitude-5.7 earthquake in South Flordia, Florida, on Monday that sent a magnitude 5,000-foot tsunami crashing into the coastal town of Sanibel.
It also killed at least five people, including a mother and her three-year-old son.
In the past, it has happened during the summer months.
The latest was in November of 2016, when a magnitude 6.7 quake hit the Pacific Northwest.
In 2017, there was a 5.9 quake in the South China Sea.