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3.2 magnitude earthquake detected in South Dakota

The earthquake was reported late Tuesday, Dec. 8, by the United States Geological Survey.

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BOWDLE, S.D.-- A 3.2 magnitude earthquake was detected in South Dakota, Dec. 8.

The United States Geological Survey says the quake hit just before midnight with an epicenter in Walworth County.

It was most intensely felt in nearby Bowdle, SD, which is 7 miles from where the USGS registered the epicenter.

Bowdle is 35 miles away from the South Dakota and North Dakota border.

It's not yet clear if the earthquake caused any damage or if anyone was hurt.

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