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4.1 Magnitude Earthquake on Utah, Colorado Border

4.1 Magnitude Earthquake on Utah, Colorado Border

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(KSL News) -- A magnitude 4.1 earthquake hit last night near the Utah-Colorado border, but apparently went unnoticed.

University of Utah Seismographic Stations says the quake's epicenter was located in the Paradox Valley, seven miles east of the Utah border.

But dispatchers for both Grand and San Juan counties say they didn't feel it, did not get any calls, and have had NO reports of damage.

The quake was reportedly felt in Grand Junction, Colorado, about 60 miles away.

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