LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – A Washington State earthquake today 2012 has struck Quincy, east of Seattle. The Washington State earthquake today September 13, 2012 erupted moments ago and was close to Rock Island. No reports of damage have yet to be indicated by local news.
The Washington State earthquake erupted today shortly after 10:33 am PST, officials tell news. The quake, however, delivered a shallow epicenter. The 3.3 magnitude quake erupted just eight miles below the earth’s surface. As a result, shaking could be felt across the immediate vicinity.
USGS tells news that the Washington State earthquake today erupted six miles east of Rock Island. The quake was also eleven miles northwest of Quincy and thirteen miles east of East Wenatchee Bench. Officials report that the quake was sixteen miles east of Wenatchee. USGS indicates to news that the quake’s epicenter was roughly one hundred miles east of Seattle and Bellevue.
Mapping reveals that the quake was close to Wenatchee and Ephrata. The quake was north of Interstate 90, passing through Ellensburg and west of Moses Lake. The quake was also centered north of Yakima. No reports of injuries have been indicated by local news.