A magnitude 3.3 earthquake rattled Park City Monday.
PARK CITY — A magnitude 3.3 earthquake rattled Park City Monday.
The epicenter of the quake that came about about 11:20 a.m. was once 6 miles to the northwest of Park City near Lambs Canyon, stated Keith Koper, director of the University of Utah Seismograph Stations.
Park City Police Capt. Phil Kirk described it as a “mild” tremor in an uninhabited house south of Summit Park. He famous that he slightly felt it.
Kirk stated police had no longer won any stories of wear via noon.
Koper stated a couple of folks had checked in with the U. Seismograph Stations’ website to document feeling the earthquake. More than 300 folks reported feeling the quake inside of an hour, with the vast majority of them in Park City’s 84098 house code.
A variety of folks in Salt Lake City additionally reported feeling it. The seismograph middle additionally won stories from Bountiful to Sandy to Magna from citizens claiming to have felt it.
Koper stated the epicenter was once in a space the place it is not extraordinary to have seismic job.
He stated there’s a few five % probability greater earthquake will practice.
“There’s always a small probability that it’s actually a foreshock and a larger earthquake is coming. It’s a very small increase. But we never really know what’s a foreshock versus a main shock until the end of the day,” he stated.