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Utah Residents Still Reporting Damage Days After Earthquake

Five days after a magnitude 5.7 earthquake shook parts of Utah, residents continue to report damage. The Salt Lake Tribune reports the Greater Salt Lake Municipal Services District asked those within its boundaries to submit online notices of home or business damage from the March 18 earthquake. The municipal services district includes Magna, Kearns, Copperton, White City, and the unincorporated parts of Salt Lake County. Tens of thousands lost power after the state’s largest earthquake in nearly three decades. An online dashboard for damage reports in the municipal services district had 219 entries as of noon Monday.