Saturday , September 02, 2017 - 6:38 PM
SODA SPRINGS, Idaho — Did you feel that, Northern Utah?
A 5.3 magnitude earthquake struck southern Idaho near Soda Springs at 5:56 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 2, the U.S. Geological Survey reports.
Light shaking was felt throughout Northern Utah, including Weber and Davis counties, according to the USGS’s earthquake shake map.
Several smaller earthquakes were reported in the Soda Springs area a few minutes later.
If you felt the earthquake, report it to the USGS here.
My wife's family is all saying they felt a small earthquake up here in Ogden just now. You heard it here first.— Richard J. Marsh (@RichJMarsh) September 3, 2017
Earthquake, Ogden? Wife swears she felt something. She was inside. I didn't feel anything (I was outside).— Tim Vandenack (@timvandenack) September 3, 2017
I'm pretty sure we just had an earthquake here in #Ogden. Obviously it wasn't huge, but my apartment definitely shook.— Amy Olsen (@AmyO122) September 3, 2017
Just felt a mild earthquake in Ogden Utah at 5:57pm— Highway 89 Media (@hwy89media) September 2, 2017
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