LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – A Wyoming earthquake today 2013 has struck near Montana and Utah. The Wyoming earthquake today Tuesday, April 09, 2013 erupted in or around Yellowstone National Park, officials tell news. No reports of injures have yet to be indicated by local news.
Officials tell news that shortly after 3:33 am PST a 3.1 magnitude Wyoming earthquake today began. The quake however posted virtually no depth. USGS indicates to news that the quake started less than one mile below the earth’s surface. As a result it could be felt across the vicinity.
USGS reports that the quake was centered inside the National Park. The quake however was twenty-nine miles southeast of Gardiner, Montana. It was also thirty-two miles east of West Yellowstone. Officials also tell news that the quake struck thirty-six miles southwest of Cooke City-Silver Gate and roughly three hundred miles northeast of Salt Lake City, Utah.
The quake started twenty-two miles northeast of f Old Faithful Geyser. It was also close to Bozeman, Montana, roughly seventy-five mils southeast. Officials detail to news that the quake was eighty-eighty miles northeast of Rexburg, Idaho and roughly one hundred miles northeast of Ammon, Idaho. Reports also put the quake roughly one hundred fifty miles southeast of Helena, Montana. Damage details have yet to indicate by local news.