LAS VEGAS (AP) - No damage or injuries are reported after a very
minor earthquake was measured in southern Nevada.
The seismology lab at the University of Reno measured the 2.7
magnitude "microearthquake" at 7:10 a.m. Friday nine miles
northwest of Nellis Air Force Base and 14 miles north of Las Vegas.
Police in Las Vegas and North Las Vegas reported no calls about
North Las Vegas police Officer Tim Bedwell says dispatchers
didn't even know there had been a quake.
Minor earthquakes sometimes occur in southern Nevada, but damage
The UNR lab reported a magnitude 1.5 microquake just before 6
a.m. Thursday in the same area as Friday's reported quake.
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