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4.0 magnitude quake wakes up the Puget Sound

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SEABECK – No, that wasn’t a truck passing by the house, and your dog wasn’t just barking at the moon – that was an earthquake!

The U.S. Geological Survey reported a 4.0 magnitude quake near Seabeck, Washington just after 3 a.m. Wednesday. There were no reports of any damage or injuries, according to Central Kitsap Communications Center.

The USGS reported the quake was approximately 7 miles southwest of Seabeck and 14 miles west of Bremerton in Kitsap County. The quake was reported to be relatively “shallow”, about 10 miles deep.

The Q13 FOX newsroom received emails, tweets and posts to our Facebook page from viewers near the quake, all the way to Kenmore and Kent.

If you had any damage in your area and have any pictures or video to share, please post it on our Q13 Fox Facebook page.

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