3.8-Magnitude Earthquake Hits Idaho
Idaho gets more earthquakes than you would think. The thing is, most of those are very small. Small enough to make you kind of do a double take and ask whoever's next to you if they felt that or not but nothing that's shattering windows and taking down buildings. Early this morning we got a taste of an earthquake a little larger than what we're used to. A 3.8-magnitude earthquake hit about seven miles east of Soda Springs.
According to KTVB, the U.S. Geological Survey says it struck at approximately 2:30 a.m. The Soda Springs Police Department says there have been no reports of damage or injury so far.
For more information on earthquakes here in Idaho, including a HUGE 8.0-magnitude that's expected, click below.