ST LOUIS (LALATE) – Montana earthquake aftershocks today continue following last night’s earthquake in the state. A moderate Montana earthquake struck last night shortly after 5:30 PM local time. No reports of injury have been detailed by local news.
Western Montana today experienced aftershocks following Thursday night’s 3.0 magnitude quake, northwest of Billings. The quake registered a nominal depth, USGS reports to news. As a result, the quake was felt across a wide area. The quake struck only three miles below the earth’s surface.
The quake was twenty-four miles east of Neihart, USGS indicates to news. The quake was southwest of Hobson and twenty-six miles northwest of Judith Gap. The quake was roughly three hundred miles from Spokane, WA and four hundred miles from Salt Lake City, UT.
USGS indicates to news that the quake was west of highway 191, north of highway 12. The quake was set inside the edge of Lewis and Clark National Forest. The quake was northwest of Park City, Laurel, Billings and Broadview. It was north of North of Clyde Park and Bozeman. No reports of damage have yet to be detailed.