LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – A Utah earthquake today 2013 has just struck north of Salt Lake City. The Utah earthquake today May 27, 2013 erupted in the early morning hours near Garland. No reports of damage have yet to be indicated by local news.
Officials tell news that a 3.0 magnitude Utah earthquake today erupted at 6:00 am local time. The quake had no depth, however. USGS indicates to news that the Utah earthquake struck at only 0.5 miles below ground level. As a result the quake could be felt across the immediate region.
USGS tells news that the Utah earthquake was eleven miles northwest of Garland. The quake was also twenty-seven miles west of Logan and twenty-eight miles northwest of Brigham City. Officials also tell news that the quake began forty-two miles northwest of North Ogden, and seventy-eight miles northwest of Salt Lake City.
In November another quake struck close to the same vicinity. That quake was thirty-two miles west of Hooper, thirty-three miles west of Plain City. Officials also told news at the time that the quake struck west of West Haven and thirty-six miles northwest of Roy. The quake also erupted fifty-six miles northwest of West Valley City and Salt Lake City.
In February, another Utah quake hit the region. It was five miles west of Enoch. The quake also started eight miles west of Cedar City and sixteen miles west of Parowan.