3.6 magnitude earthquake rattles Kamloops
Some residents of Kamloops, B.C., were woken up this morning by a 3.6 magnitude earthquake.
Natural Resources Canada says the quake happened at 1:48 a.m. PT Wednesday just west of the city.
Aleece Laird was asleep when the shaking began, and like others, she first assumed it was a train passing her home, but then realized the shaking was too strong.
“There was this jolt and it woke both my husband and I up, and in the classic move that moms make when you are having to stop in your car and you put your hand over your passenger, I did that to my husband, wanting to make sure that he did not fall out of bed.”
There have been no reports of damage.
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