Earthquake hits near Idaho-Montana border
LIMA, Mont. — At 11:08 am Tuesday morning, a 4.4 magnitude earthquake struck near Lima, Montana.
About three minutes later, at least one 3.2 magnitude aftershock 6 km was recorded about 4 miles away from the epicenter.
Earthquakes of similar magnitudes cause slight damage to surrounding areas.
However, no damage or injuries from this particular quake were immediately reported.
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