3.6 earthquake shakes up central Puget Sound area
The Associated Press
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The U.S. Geological Survey reported the quake’s epicenter was 3 miles east of Belfair and was located about 13.6 miles down. It hit just past 4 a.m.
No damage was immediately reported.
According to reports from www.volcanodiscovery.com, lights were seen shaking in Port Ludlow while light to violent shaking was felt in Port Orchard as a result of the quake.
Last modified: July 28. 2014 7:12PM