Tacoma, Pierce County shaken but not damaged by 4.6 natural disaster

Erika Holt
July 14, 2019

Earthquakes can be caused by many natural phenomena and it's not a surprise one hits us.

The quake was a magnitude 4.6, the US Geological Survey reported, and its epicenter was near Three Lakes, Washington, about 40 miles north of Seattle. NWS Seattle was quick to publish a report of this quake and said that the ground did shake around 0252 Pacific Daylight Time.

The natural disaster was relatively shallow, but according to the USGS map, it was felt all the way to the Canadian border.

A tsunami was not expected following Friday's early morning earthquakes. Nothing like a Tsunami is anticipated, so the residents of Seattle can chill.

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A magnitude-4.6 quake that struck outside Seattle has reportedly been felt as far north as the Vancouver area.

David Caruso, a USGS geophysicist, told The Seattle Times the Washington state quake was due to a thrust fault, in which one side of a fault pushed upward relative to its opposite side.

Several smaller earthquakes have shaken the Monroe area since then.

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