By Ron Decker, CHBME
On December 24th around 9:00 PM, we experienced a 3.7 earthquake centered 1.3 miles from our Christmas Eve festivities. This followed a 4.5 only two weeks before. The conversations quickly shifted from Christmas traditions, family members, and what we put in the eggnog. Our guests wondered why – in an area experiencing catastrophic tornados, ice storms, droughts, and torrential Pacific Northwest rain – we were discussing earthquakes!
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