Source: CVDaily Feed
Two medium strength earthquakes rattled areas of Southeast Idaho Sunday evening just minutes apart. A 4.2 magnitude earthquake at approximately 9:13 was followed by a slightly weaker 3.6 magnitude quake at approximately 9:20.
According to the U.S. Geological Survey at the University of Utah, the epicenter of the first quake was four miles East, South East of Lava Hot Springs at a depth of seven miles. The epicenter of the second quake was determined to be approximately three miles East of Lava Hot Springs. The depth of the second earthquake was set at three miles below the surface.
There are reports that the quake was felt as far north as Pocatello and and as far south as Preston. We have not yet received any reports of property damage.
If you felt the quake, or experienced any property damage as a result, please let us know in the comments section.