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Minor Earthquakes Hit Southeastern Utah, Northwestern Colorado

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An earthquake of magnitude 3.8 shook the ground in Southeast Utah around 10 Friday night.

The Salt Lake Tribune reports the minor quake was centered 13 miles west-southwest of Montezuma Creek. And the Denver Post reports that late Saturday morning, a 3.5-magnitude tremor was felt near Rangely in northwest Colorado. Neither caused injuries or serious damage.

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