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Two earthquakes struck the Pacific Northwest within an hour last night, and thousands of people throughout the region reported feeling them.
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About 9 p.m., a 4.2 magnitude quake struck about 14 miles northwest of Belfair near Hood Canal.
About an hour later, a 4.8 magnitude quake struck off northern Vancouver Island.
There was no threat of a tsunami, and no damage was reported from either quake.
The Washington Department of Emergency Management said more than 2,200 people reported feeling the quake in Belfair.