Another earthquake hits Utah, near Magna
MAGNA, Utah — Another earthquake hit Utah on Tuesday, following one in Box Elder County and another near St. George Monday.
Today’s quake registered around 2:58 p.m. It was located 2.8 miles northeast of Magna and around nine miles west of SLC.
The magnitude was measured at 2.7, said the U of U Seismograph Stations. Also, it was a little over half a mile in depth.
Compared to yesterday’s earthquakes, this one measures smaller.
At the time of publication, KSL NewsRadio had not received any reports of property damage or injury.
A large earthquake shook the Magna area on March 18, 2020. That quake measured 5.7 on the Richter scale and was felt all over northern Utah.
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