EVERETT, Wash. — Video from Everett, Marysville and Monroe shows the moment a magnitude 4.6 earthquake hit about a mile northwest of Monroe Friday morning.
Surveillance video from Smith Avenue in Everett shows violent shaking from the quake at 2:51 a.m.
A second video from Amigo Arts in Monroe also shows some shaking and you can hear a garage door and metal rack vibrate.
Two other videos, one from a Washington State Department of Transportation camera south of Everett and another from a garage in Marysville, also show shaking. The videos are all embedded at the bottom of this story.
The quake was followed by a series of eight aftershocks, with the strongest a M3.5 that happened 3 minutes after the main quake.
The earthquake occurred at a depth of 14 miles. KIRO 7 Chief Meteorologist Morgan Palmer said the deeper a quake occurs, the more widely it is felt.
KIRO 7 viewer Jess provided the surveilance video showing the shaking below.
Pablo Melina Guerrero of Amigo Arts in Monroe provided the video below.
A Washington State Department of Transportation camera south of Everett showed shaking.
Another video from a viewer's garage in Marysville shows the shaking.
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