3.3 magnitude quake startles Utahns along Wasatch Front
Amanda Lucidon, Deseret Morning News
BOUNTIFUL — A 3.3 magnitude earthquake startled residents along the Wasatch Front and woke up social media late Wednesday.
The University of Utah Seismograph Stations reported the quake happened at 10:34 p.m. hit about 10 miles east of Bountiful, at a hypocentral depth of about 6 miles.
The Davis County Sheriff's Office said dispatchers hadn't received any calls about earthquake damage as of 11 p.m., and the Centerville Police Department reported officers were conducting a "rapid damage assessment" as a precaution.
Utahns who felt the quake can report it to the U.S. Geological Survey website.
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