Friday morning,May 4th, Las Vegas was rattled by a 4.8 magnitude earthquake and caused roads and bridges to be closed.
The quake seem to only appear in the local papers in Vegas, and was treated as irreverent by the mainstream media, however a new development has taken a puzzling turn.
In the 36 hours that’s passed since the tremors, Lake Mead has had a dramatic drop in its water levels.
As reported by Kimber Laux And Cassandra Taloma of the Las Vegas Journal: A 4.8 magnitude earthquake shook Las Vegas and surrounding areas Friday morning, forcing loose a rubber casing on a bridge and leading state officials to close Spaghetti Bowl interchanges for several hours.
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