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Minor earthquake recorded in Summit County

By bob mims

| The Salt Lake Tribune

First Published Mar 14 2014 12:43 pm • Last Updated Mar 14 2014 10:09 pm

A minor earthquake rattled a remote area of north-central Utah’s Wasatch Mountains late Friday morning, but caused no damage to nearby communities.

The University of Utah seismograph stations recorded the temblor at 10:03 a.m. Seismologists said the 3.2-magnitude quake occurred about nine miles deep and its epicenter was three miles southwest of the Summit County hamlet of Woodland, about 30 miles northeast of Provo.

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The quake initially was not reported to have been felt either there or in nearby towns, including Francis, Kamas and Samak — all within six miles of the epicenter.




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