2.9-magnitude earthquake hits outside of Fillmore

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FILLMORE, Utah — A small earthquake struck Utah near the Fillmore area early Tuesday morning.

According to the US Geological Survey, the 2.9-magnitude earthquake struck shortly after 4 a.m., about 26 miles west-southwest of Fillmore in Millard County.

Earthquakes of a magnitude less than 3.5 do not generally cause damage or injuries.


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