The United States Geological Survey reported two earthquakes early Tuesday morning in the Glenwood Springs area.

The first was a 3.4-magnitude earthquake that struck around 3:02 a.m. USGS reported the quake shook 1.2 miles northeast of the city.

USGS reported a second, larger quake about an hour later. The 3.6-magnitude quake struck at 4:13 a.m. about 3.7 miles northeast of Glenwood Springs.

According to the shake map on the USGS website, the quakes were given an intensity of IV, that means residents would have felt light shaking. There would also be little to no damage, according to the site.

One resident shared video from a security camera at his home that showed some Christmas garland shaking. A low rumbling sound could also be heard in the video.

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