PLAINFIELD, Conn. (CBSNewYork/AP) — In what’s becoming a daily event, another minor earthquake has shaken parts of eastern Connecticut.

The U.S. Geological Service confirmed a 2.0-magnitude earthquake at about 6:30 a.m. Wednesday in Plainfield. It was the third consecutive day an earthquake was felt in the area.

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A 2.1 magnitude earthquake rattled Plainfield and surrounding areas Tuesday morning. It was in the same area as five small earthquakes on Monday morning.

CBS2 chief weathercaster Lonnie Quinn said Tuesday there is a fault line that runs right through Plainfield called the Hope Valley Shear Zone Fault.

Last Thursday, a 2.0 to 2.2-magnitude earthquake was felt in Plainfield.

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Paul Yellen, Plainfield’s emergency management director, told WFSB that no significant damage to utilities or roads has been reported.

A research scientist at the Weston Observatory said a series of small earthquakes in the Northeast is not unusual because the eastern U.S. is atop a tectonic plate affected by geological pressure.

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