Magna, Utah, a city 10 miles west to the Salt Lake City was hit by a strong earthquake on Wednesday.
The city was suddenly hit by an earthquake measuring upto 5.7 magnitude. Magna was shook by the earthquake at around 7 a.m. in the morning, knocking off the power, shaking the walls. The earthquake measured 5.7 magnitude according to the U. S. Geological survey and is the largest earthquake faced by the state since 1962.
The pandemic has taken the city making the people stay indoors. The people of Salt Lake City who were closed behind their doors because of the corona virus faced this another hazard on Wednesday. People were shocked because of this strong earthquake.
No injury was reported immediately after the earthquake. However, few damage in property and cracked buildings were reported. The Salt Lake City international airport was closed because of the earthquake.