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Area Rocked By Early Morning Earthquake 11/18/2011
As most of you know, an earthquake rocked our region in the early morning hours this morning.

As most of you know, an earthquake rocked our region in the early morning hours this morning.

 

The earthquake registered as a 4.6 magnitude and centered just seven miles northwest of Omak, seven miles underground.

 

John Vidale, a Seismologist for the state of Washington says such strong seismic activity is rare in our region and is calling this an isolated earthquake…

 

 


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And just as the seismologists at the University of Washington spring into action when an earthquake is reported, so do engineers.

 

Gene Yow, Principal Civil Engineer with Chelan County PUD, says that people are more sensitive to vibrations than a structure as large as a dam, but they still have protocol to follow after an earthquake.

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Anyone interested in learning more about the activity of this morning’s earthquake can visit the Pacific Northwest Seismic Network’s website at www.pnsn.com.



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