Shared July 12, 2019
A 4.6-magnitude earthquake struck western Washington state just before 3 a.m. Friday. The epicenter was near Monroe but the quake and aftershocks were felt throughout the region. Patranya Bhoolsuwan of CBS affiliate KIRO-TV reports from Everett, north of Seattle.
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