The crab islands are at the epicenter of the earthquake that killed nearly 50 people last year.
The islands, located off the shores of Mackinacs Bay, have long been popular spots for crabbing.
But on Thursday night, the crab island experienced a quake that was so strong that it shook everything on the island.
This video, captured by a drone, shows how the island is shaking after a large quake.
The video shows the tremors that shook the crab islands.
The crab islands were evacuated, and residents are staying at their homes.
They have limited access to the roads that go through the islands, and the island has been closed to all but emergency personnel.
The crab island was reopened on Friday afternoon.
“It was quite a scary scene,” said Bob Dolan, a resident of Mackenac Island.
It’s hard to explain how bad it was.
I’ve never seen anything like that,” he said.
A lot of the crab houses were completely destroyed.
I don’t know how long it took to get all the damage done, he said, but I’m glad we got the damage out of the way.”
Residents are still evacuating the island, and many are worried about the safety of their families.
Residents of nearby towns are also feeling the tremolts.