FILLMORE, Utah — A 4.0-magnitude earthquake hit Utah early Wednesday morning, and it’s the fourth quake above 3.0 to hit the Beehive State in the last week.
The US Geological Survey Station at University of Utah indicates the quake struck just after midnight Wednesday morning about 18 miles southwest of Fillmore.
The quake struck at a depth of about 3.6 miles.
A quake of this size does not generally cause significant damage, and there are no reports of injury.
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