Did you feel it? Magnitude 3.8 quake shakes southern Utah

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Small earthquake detected in northern Utah.

HANKSVILLE, Utah – Did you feel it? A Magnitude 4.0 earthquake, that has since been downgraded to 3.82, shook southeastern Utah with the epicenter about 43 miles south of Hanksville, Utah, Tuesday.

The U.S. Geological Survey recorded the quake at 12:07 p.m. MT.

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2 comments

  • Mrs TAP

    Omigosh, I did! I have this uncanny way of feeling earthquakes anywhere in the neighboring states. This was very small, though. There have been times I’ve waken during the night, knowing there was an earthquake, asked my husband who said he must have slept through it,then got up to start checking on the web till I found it (writing down the time first).

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