A magnitude 4.3 earthquake shook an area in Central Washington on Wednesday night.
The earthquake at 7:45 p.m. occurred 25.9 miles west-northwest of Entiat, 33 miles northwest of Wenatchee.
The quake was 6.33 miles deep.
People in Wenatchee and Lake Chelan reported feeling the quake.
"It was felt from here in Leavenworth and Wenatchee to Chelan. Shook our house!" Chloe Hollatz said on the NWCN Facebook page.
"We are in North Bend and definitely felt it. Our bed shook! I immediately started googling because I knew I wasn't crazy!" said Cynthia Jernberg on our post.
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