The Hudson Valley Earthquake of 2017 was a Particularly strong quake that primarily caused problems in New York.
Before June 7, lately the Ramapo Fault has been gaining more earthquakes of 3-4 magnitude, causing the fault to be more ruptured. Eventually, the earthquakes were upped, becoming 4-5 magnitude by early June as more damage was caused around the Ramapo Fault, until June 7, where the fault finally ruptured and caused an earthquake that was felt all around New York and other areas of the northeast, with the magnitude being a 6.5 earthquake as many buildings collapsed. The power plants around collapsed, causing a widespread power outage in New York.
Right when the 6.5 earthquake happened, the shaking was felt as far south as Maryland as the Washington Monument slightly cracked; many people were surprised during the extreme earthquake as the Capital Hill dome collapsed. At 4:31PM, the Washington Monument partially gave way, collapsing partially as 24 fatalities were reported. Then, the earthquake stopped.
Meanwhile, an earthquake of 7.1 went undocumented as it hit rural Sullivan County; collapsing a middle school, a high school, two elementary schools and other parts of the county. The power then went out; people were unexpected for this, so there were 7 fatalities; most of them only students at one of the schools.