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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- A magnitude 2.8 earthquake occurred at 3:45 a-m today in northern Utah.
The director of the University of Utah Seismograph Stations Walter Arabasz says the epicenter of the small quake was four miles north-northeast of Alta and 16 miles east-southeast of Salt Lake City.
The shock was reported felt in Park City, Sandy, Draper and Salt Lake City.
The university asks that anyone who felt the quake fill out a form at the Web site: www.quake.utah.edu
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