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<pre><pre>Magnitude 4.6 earthquake shakes Seattle

Magnitude 4.6 earthquake shakes Seattle & # 39; less than a week after California was rocked by a 7.1

  • The earthquake was recorded in the Three Lakes region of Washington State
  • It hit Friday morning at 2.51 am and felt 50 miles south in Seattle
  • The earthquake comes less than a week after two California shakes
  • Residents are now afraid that a larger earthquake is coming
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The suburbs of Seattle were hit by a 4.6 magnitude earthquake at night, less than a week after a much stronger one rattled California.

The earthquake hit Washington's Three Lakes area that is about 50 miles north of Seattle around 2.51 am.

Minutes later, a 3.5 magnitude after shock was taken further south into Monroe.

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The earthquake occurred on Friday at 2.51 am at 80 kilometers north of Seattle in the area of ​​the Three Lakes

The reverberation was felt from Arlington to Seattle and the residents left the fear that more were coming.

There is no risk of a tsunami, but the earthquake intensifies the fears of millions of people on the west coast who are still faltering last week in California.

Two, much stronger earthquakes shocked the state last weekend and caused thousands of aftershocks.

It has left residents because they fear that there may be more to come.

Shocking images of those earthquakes showed that food was falling from the shelves of supermarkets and waves were sputtering in the residents' pools.

The Tsunami Alerta of the National Weather Service

The Tsunami Alerta of the National Weather Service

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The Tsunami Alerta of the National Weather Service

A photo shared by Lake Stevens police near where the earthquake struck

A photo shared by Lake Stevens police near where the earthquake struck

A photo shared by Lake Stevens police near where the earthquake struck

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