EMERY,Utah (AP) -- The U.S. Geological Survey says a minor earthquake has been reported in central Utah.
University of Utah earthquake monitor Relu Burlacu said no damage or injuries have been reported from the 3.6 magnitude earthquake that occurred about 4:30 Tuesday morning about 12 miles northwest of Emery.
Burlacu says the largest earthquake to occur in the area was a 5.1 earthquake in 1989.
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