4.2 earthquake in B.C. shakes part of Washington

SPOKANE, Wash. – A 4.2 earthquake in Canada was felt in many parts of Northeast Washington on Saturday.

The United States Geological Service (USGS) reported the epicenter of the earthquake in Oliver, Canada.

According to a USGS map, the earthquake shook many parts of Stevens, Okanogan and Ferry County. The map also said it also reached as far as Post Falls and west in Moses Lake.

KREM 2 viewers reported feeling the earthquake but no damage being caused.

USGS said the epicenter was approximately 3.1 miles deep. 

There have been no reports of damage yet. 

You can see the full effect of the map here. 

KREM


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