(SODA SPRINGS, ID) – A small earthquake rattled parts of eastern Idaho and western Wyoming Wednesday night. Officials with the U.S. Geological Survey say a magnitude 3.6 temblor struck east of Soda Springs. Police in Afton, Wyoming, about fourteen miles east of the epicenter, say they could feel minor shaking, though no damage was reported. This is the second minor earthquake to hit the region this month. A magnitude 4.2 quake hit the same area May 5.
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