A 4.5-magnitude earthquake hit around Yellowstone National Park in Montana and Wyoming, reports have indicated.
Specifically, The Associated Press is reporting that a swarm of earthquakes struck the northwestern portion of the park, northeast of West Yellowstone, Montana.
About 30 earthquakes struck the region starting on Monday. The 4.5-magnitude earthquake struck Thursday night, the U.S. Geological Survey said.
The West Yellowstone Police Department added that the earthquake was felt in a nearby town.
There were no reports of damage, according to AP.
According to the USGS, “Approximately thirty earthquakes of magnitude 2 and larger and four earthquakes of magnitude 3 and larger, including today’s magnitude 4.5 event.” It’s the largest quake in the area since March 30, 2014, when a 4.8-magnitude quake hit.