Why Idaho Hasn't Stopped Shaking Since March 31 | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Why Idaho Hasn't Stopped Shaking Since March 31

On March 31, a 6.5 magnitude earthquake rolled through Idaho's Sawtooth mountain range, northeast of Boise. It was the second largest earthquake to strike Idaho, according to the Idaho Statesman. (The strongest temblor in Idaho history, 1983's Borah Peak earthquake, registered as a magnitude 6.9.)

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