3.4 earthquake felt in parts of North Idaho

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IDAHO-- Shaking stirred people in parts of North Idaho on Monday afternoon. People began writing KREM 2 News about 1:10 p.m. to report feeling an earthquake.

Reports came in from viewers near Ponderay, Sagle, Sandpoint and Spokane. Expert Paul Bodin with the University of Washington said the preliminary reading was for a 3.8 magnitude earthquake near Sandpoint, Idaho. Bodin works with the Pacific Northwest Seismic Network.

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Scientists later narrowed in on the epicenter and reported it was under Lake Pend Oreille and downgraded the strength to a 3.4 

Dispatchers with Bonner County said they had not received any reports of damage in that area after the earthquake.