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Seahawks Fans Cause Earthquake, Set Noise Record

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DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene, with some earthshaking news from the NFL. On Monday, the Seattle Seahawks defeated the New Orleans Saints 34-7, but Seattle fans scored another win. After a first-quarter touchdown, fans went so crazy cheering and jumping that it registered as an earthquake. A seismographic at the University of Washington picked it up as a magnitude one or two quake, the biggest of five seismic events during the game. It might go without saying: Fans also set a noise record.

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