Idaho earthquake felt in Teton County

DRIGGS, Ida. — A magnitude 3.1 earthquake shook eastern Idaho this afternoon.

According to USGS, the earthquake was reported 21 km north of Driggs, near Rexburg, at 3 p.m. December 30. It was 5.3 km deep. People in Driggs, Victor, Tetonia, and Felt all reported feeling it. No damage has been reported.

The area of the earthquake and where it was felt. Photo: USGS

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