Magnitude 5.7 earthquake hits Utah, largest since 1992

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MAGNA, Utah (WFRV) – A 5.7 earthquake has reportedly shaken Magna, Utah on Wednesday morning.

According to WFRV Local 5 affiliate ABC4 Utah in Salt Lake City, reports are coming in that the earthquake was felt around Salt Lake and Utah counties as well as into Wyoming and Idaho.

Nearly a dozen aftershocks have reported been felt by the epicenter. According to the Utah Division of Emergency Management, Wednesday’s earthquake is the largest to hit the state since 1992.

Those in Magna said they have broken items in their homes, and they have no power. Nearly 32,000 customers are reportedly without electricity.

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