A small earthquake rattled a remote section of central Utah Tuesday but caused no damage or injuries, the University of Utah Seismograph Stations reported.

Seismologist Jim Pechmann said the quake, of 3.2 magnitude on the Richter scale, struck about 12:49 a.m.The temblor's epicenter was 25 miles southeast of Salina in the Fishlake National Forest.

Pechmann said there were no reports of the quake having been felt.

A quake of 5.4 magnitude was recorded on Jan. 29, 1989, about nine miles southeast of Tuesday's temblor.