A Maryland man has been charged with creating the deadliest earthquake in the state’s history.
Authorities said on Monday that they are looking into the death of 33-year-old Nicholas Lee Wilson in an April earthquake in Maryland.
The Associated Press was not able to reach Wilson, who was found in his home, as of Monday afternoon.
The earthquake killed at least 33 people and injured more than 1,000.
It was the most powerful earthquake in Maryland since the 1950s and the first major one since the early 1900s.
It caused millions of dollars in damage, but the area is not without its hazards.
A wall collapsed on the city’s North Shore, destroying buildings and killing at least four people.
A series of deadly storms in the past few weeks have caused landslides and other damaging conditions in the area.