3.2-magnitude earthquake hits near Pitt Lake B.C.
A small shudder was felt by some in communities near Pitt Lake B.C. after quake
A small earthquake shook the Lower Mainland of B.C. yesterday evening.
The U.S Geological Survey reported a 3.2-magnitude tremor hit 28 kilometres northeast of Coquitlam, near Pitt Lake.
There was no immediate word on damages or injuries.
"I felt that!! Anyone else?" wrote Malinda Carrasquillo near in Port Coquitlam B.C. around 9 p.m. PT. Others in the same area responded they had felt nothing.
UPDATE: Mag:3.2 55.3 km ESE from Squamish, BC Depth:-1km 2016/07/17 00:42:UTC V2 <a href="https://t.co/DK4n2SIFBT">https://t.co/DK4n2SIFBT</a> <a href="https://t.co/cD55CCj2YO">pic.twitter.com/cD55CCj2YO</a>—@PNSN1