Shallow 3.9-magnitude quake rattles southern Idaho

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A shallow earthquake with a magnitude of 3.9 has rattled parts of southern Idaho near the Wyoming and Utah borders. The United States Geological Survey says the temblor struck Tuesday night about 9 miles southwest of Georgetown. USGS says the epicenter was less than a mile underground. Bear Lake County Sheriff’s dispatcher Gene Perkins says no reports of damage or injuries were reported. He says he felt his chair “move just a hair” as he was sitting at home at the time of the quake.

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