A 3.7 magnitude earthquake struck northwestern Colorado late Saturday morning at 11:48 a.m. MDT. The rumbling sounded like an explosion. Everything was rattling even 200 miles away. Must have been pretty scary. The temblor hit at 11:48 a.m. MDT about three miles west-northwest of the town of Rangely, in Blanco County. It had a depth of approximately 4 miles.
The quake was felt by several people, including Rangely Police Department Dispatcher Miranda Hayes, who explains her scary experience: “It sounded like an explosion. Everything in the building was shaking, cabinets and equipment was rattling. It was pretty scary.” But it wasn’t just felt in Colorado. READ MORE