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3.6 magnitude quake shakes near Mt. Rainier National Park

Mt. Rainier by Samuel Hien

- Paradise, Mt. Rainier, WA

a 3.6 magnitude earthquake shook near the Mt. Rainier National Park Sunday afternoon according to the PNSN (Pacific Northwest Seismic Network). The quake was centered around Goat Rocks.

The earthquake was measured with a depth of -1.28 km (-0.78 miles).

For better understanding of where the location of this quake was located we put together some references for you:

3.3 km (2.05 miles) Northeast from Goat Rocks, WA 66.2 km (41.04 miles) Southeast from Morton, WA 110.4 km (68.45 miles) Southeast from Tacoma, WA

The last quake that was widely felt in western Washington struck near Fall City on the morning of November 9. The Pacific Northwest Seismic Network (PNSN) had two reports on their "Did You Feel It" response page. The replies came from Randle and Vancouver, Washington. 

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