BLUFFDALE, UT (KUTV) — Another earthquake shook up Bluffdale and the surrounding area early Saturday morning.
At approximately 2:31 a.m., a 3.1-magnitude earthquake occurred about one mile south-southwest of Bluffdale, according to reports from both the University of Utah Seismograph Stations and the U.S. Geological Survey.
This occurred nearly 24 hours after 2News reported that at least 100 small earthquakes shook the area in the past week.
The tremor large enough that some residents in Draper, Lehi and South Jordan also felt it.
Viewers also messaged 2News on Facebook, saying that they felt Saturday’s earthquake in Midvale as well.
Bluffdale residents are preparing themselves for future earthquakes as these quakes have been making them talk about emergency preparedness. The largest recorded so far was a 3.7-magnitude earthquake, which occurred on Feb. 15.