BUCKSPORT, Maine — A Magnitude 2.1 tremor has shaken things up near Bucksport, Maine.

The Weston Observatory in Massachusetts detected the small earthquake at about 6:30 a.m. Wednesday in Monroe, Maine, a few miles west of Bucksport.

The Waldo Emergency Management Agency fielded numerous calls from concerned citizens.

James Frye of Monroe told WLBZ-TV that his whole house shook. Frye said the jolt was powerful enough to knock things off his shelves.

There were no reports of injuries.

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