HOT SPRINGS, N.C. – Not exactly "all shook up," but parts of the southeast were jolted by a fairly significant earthquake overnight.
The three-point-eight shaker was centered about two miles from Hot Springs, North Carolina, and rumbled though North Carolina (search), Tennessee and Georgia.
There's not much damage reported, but some rocks did crash down on a highway in North Carolina's Madison County (search). The quake also damaged the foundation of a mobile home and knocked pictures off walls.
One person in Asheville says it "scared her to death." She says she thought her water heater had blown up.