5.7 magnitude earthquake shakes Salt Lake City

5.7 magnitude earthquake shakes Salt Lake City

A 5.7 magnitude earthquake hit Utah Wednesday morning. About 32,000 people lost electricity in the Salt Lake City Area. There were no immediate reports of injuries. The quake’s epicenter was located northeast of Magna, Utah. An estimated 2.76 million people likely felt the quake.

NonCompliant 2 weeks

Just felt it about half an hour ago! Not a very newsworthy story though, it wasn’t a very bad one.

TheCurrentModality 2 weeks

double dose of disaster. hope you are all well up there salt lake!

Jim Boi
Jim Boi 2 weeks

Anyone noticing that there has been more powerful seismic activity on the west coast?

Fin 2 weeks

Ugh. Hope folks are ok

Free American
Free American 2 weeks

Eh, they've seen worse with the forest fires. Shout out to my boys in SLC

Free American
Free American 2 weeks

It'd be interesting if a hurricane hit us here off the Gulf... Natural disasters and a virus...

harbringer F
harbringer F 2 weeks

waiting for climate change to be implicated in the causes for the earthquake.

Grand Ol Propaganda
Grand Ol Propaganda 2 weeks

dang.....science is angry at us......

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