Afternoon Earthquake weighs in at 3.7

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FAIRBANKS, Alaska - At approximately 2:39 PM Saturday afternoon, a 3.7 magnitude earthquake rattled the earth just south of Fairbanks, with a radius of 18 miles.
The depth was reported to be as shallow as 13 miles, and it was felt broadly across the interior.
Reports of its seismic activity were made in North Pole, Fort Wainwright, Eielson Air Force Base, and of course Fairbanks.
No damage has been reported so far.