More than 100 residents nearby reported feeling the shake.
A small earthquake struck north of Port Townsend shortly after 10 p.m. Wednesday. The Pacific Northwest Seismic Network estimate the size at magnitude 3.1. The quake occurred at a depth of about 14 miles.
More than 100 residents in nearby areas reported feeling the shake.
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