5.8 magnitude earthquake hits western Montana
(CNN) A 5.8 magnitude earthquake struck western Montana early Thursday, according to the US Geological Survey. The earthquake was 13.6 kilometers (8.4 miles) in depth and was about 33 miles northwest of Helena, the capital, according to USGS.
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