The United States Geological Survey has affirmed that a greatness 3.33

a quake shook portions of the Midlands not long before 3 p.m. Wednesday, June 29.

The quake was focused 3 miles east of Elgin, at 2:43 p.m.

The generally solid shudder comes around three days after the most grounded

seismic tremor in late movement was kept in Elgin, a greatness 3.4 shake.

Most seismic tremors don't cause observable harm until they arrive at an extent of 5.

Underneath that individuals might feel shaking or hear clearly blasts or other comparable commotions.

As indicated by the Kershaw County Sheriff's Department, there have been no reports of any harm.