A massive earthquake shook up Idaho Tuesday afternoon.
- The 6.5 magnitude earthquake was about 44 miles west of Challis, Idaho, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
- Early reports suggest parts of Utah and Idaho felt the earthquake.
- Utah Emergency Management has asked Utahns to report if they felt the quake at the USGS website.
Did you feel this Idaho earthquake? Let us know in the comments. https://t.co/UtG0erigLj— Utah Emergency Mgmt (@UtahEmergency) April 1, 2020
Residents in Utah reported feeling the earthquake on social media.
Yet another #UtahEarthquake minutes ago.— Theia Hyperion (@Theia_Hyperion) April 1, 2020
Coronavirus, snow, earthquakes - we know how to party.
I can't be the only one that just felt that #utahearthquake— that weird kid 17 (@FonsieGaming) March 31, 2020
My sister and brother-in-law texting me about a strong earthquake in Boise, Idaho. At the exact same time I am feeling an aftershock in Salt Lake City, Utah.— Tazya Williams (@tazyawilliams) March 31, 2020
Pool in Northern Utah still sloshing 3 minutes after 6.5 magnitude earthquake in Idaho.— Jim Spiewak (@JimSpiewak) April 1, 2020
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- The Idaho earthquake comes 13 days after an earthquake shook up Magna, Utah. As the Deseret News reported, the Beehive State has seen more than 740 aftershocks in the aftermath.