KEY CENTER, Wash. -- A 3.6-magnitude earthquake struck in Puget Sound Tuesday, geologists said.

The quake hit at 11:41 a.m. just one mile east-northeast of Key Center, Wash., and about 24 miles north-northeast of Olympia, Wash.

There were no reports of injuries. Damage estimates were not available.

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