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Shaking from 4.6 earthquake felt across western Washington

The 2:51 a.m. shaking was recorded on several surveillance videos in Snohomish County.

Residents across western Washington reported feeling shaking after a magnitude 4.6 earthquake struck in Snohomish County on Friday morning. 

More than 13,600 people responded the the USGS "Did you feel it?" report on Friday.

The 2:51 a.m. shaking was recorded on a baby monitor just east of Mill Creek. 

More surveillance video showed shaking in the areas of Monroe and Marysville.

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KING 5 viewer Lesley Sheline reported feeling shaking as far south as Renton. 

Law enforcement haven't reported any damage from the quake, although several KING 5 viewers have documented damage. 

Joy Yepez-Rice shared photos of two cracks in the foundation of her home on Lake Beecher near Cathcart. Yepez-Rice says the foundation is 12 feet deep on a new home.

Credit: Joy Yepez-Rice
Two cracks formed in the foundation of Joy Yepez-Rice's home on Lake Beecher near Cathcart after a 4.6 magnitude earthquake struck near Monroe on July 12, 2019.

"Sounded like an explosion in the living room," Yepez-Rice wrote in a Facebook message. "Then there was a lull and then the house started to shake. I tried to get out of bed and had to hold onto the bed and dresser. The rocking was so strong I couldn't walk and my perfume bottles slid off the dresser."

The U.S. Geological Survey said the quake struck about 10 miles southeast of Everett. It was about six miles underground.

The earthquake was followed by a series of aftershocks, including a 3.5 earthquake two minutes after the initial quake. 

The Snohomish County Sheriff's Office says it hasn't received any reports of injuries.

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