Wednesday morning, many Utahns were awoken by a 5.7-magnitude earthquake that rattled windows and shook homes.
How does Wednesday's earthquake stack up against other earthquakes in Utah's history?
Here are Utah's strongest earthquakes on record, according to the University of Utah Seismograph Stations.
1901 - estimated 6.5-magnitude earthquake in southern Utah
Date: Nov. 13, 1901
Strength: estimated 6.5
This earthquake caused damage in Richfield, Beaver, Joseph and Elsinore. Damage included downed chimneys, cracked walls and other damage to buildings.
No deaths were reported.
1909 - estimated 6.0-magnitude earthquake in Hansel Valley
Date: Oct. 5, 1909
Location: Hansel Valley
Strength: estimated 6.0
This earthquake hit about 25 miles west of Garland, and was reportedly felt from northern Utah County to southern Idaho. No serious damage, injuries or deaths were reported.
1921 - estimated 6.0-magnitude earthquake in Elsinore
Date: Sept. 29, 1921
Strength: estimated 6.0
Damage from this earthquake included downed chimneys, cracked walls, fallen plaster and damaged roofs and ceilings. Nearly every building in Elsinore was damaged. There were two major aftershocks, including one on Oct. 1, 1921, that was at an estimated 6-magnitude as well.
1992 - 5.8-magnitude earthquake near St. George
Date: Sept. 2, 1992
Location: near St. George, Utah
According to the University of Utah Seismograph, much of the destruction in this earthquake happened in Springdale, where a hillside slid down onto a road. Three houses were destroyed.
2020 - 5.7-magnitude earthquake in Magna
Date: March 18, 2020
Some damage to buildings and roads was reported after Wednesday's earthquake, but, according to Gov. Gary Herbert in a press conference Wednesday morning, no injuries or deaths were reported.
1962 - 5.7-magnitude earthquake in Cache Valley
Date: Aug. 30, 1962
Location: Cache Valley
This earthquake happened at the Utah-Idaho border north of Richmond, Utah. It was felt in Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, Montana, Colorado and Nevada. No deaths or serious injuries were reported.
1989 - 5.4-magnitude earthquake at So. Wasatch Plateau
Date: Jan. 29, 1989
Location: southern Wasatch Plateau (15 miles southeast of Salina)
This earthquake had a reach of more than 57,000 miles. Minor damage was reported, and no injuries occurred.
1962 - 5.2-magnitude earthquake in Magna
Date: Sept. 5, 1962
This earthquake was reportedly felt from the Ogden area to Spanish Fork in the south. Damage included shattered windows, collapsed walls, cracked foundations and dislodged parapet walls.
No deaths or injuries were reported.
1949 - 5.0-magnitude earthquake in Salt Lake City
Date: March 6, 1949
Location: Salt Lake City
This earthquake broke a 10-inch city water line, but no other damage to public utilities was reported. Minor damage to one house was also reported.
No injuries were reported.
1910 - 5.0-magnitude earthquake in Elsinore
Date: Jan. 10, 1910
Newspaper reports from the time say that shaking was felt in the area near Elsinore for days after the initial quake. Reports also say that the considerable damage was reported as a result of the multiple shakes.
1961 - 5.0-magnitude earthquake in Ephraim
Date: April 15, 1961
Shaking from this earthquake was felt in Fairview, Moroni, Fountain Green and Manti. Minor damage was reported and there were no injuries.