The United States Geological Survey reports three earthquakes hit Colorado early Friday (Aug. 24) morning.

The first quake hit Trinidad around 1 a.m. that registered a 3.2 on the Richter scale.

The second shook the western Colorado town of Parachute around 4 a.m. registering at 4.3. The shakes were mainly felt in Parachute and Rangely. The Grand Junction area, Battlement Mesa, and De Beque most likely felt light rumbles.

Three Earthquakes Shake Colorado Friday Morning
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A third 2.9 magnitude earthquake hit Parachute just after 5 a.m. It's unclear if this was a separate quake or just aftershock from the first.

There were no reports of damage or injuries.