A tree was snapped in half by a 5.8-magnitude earthquake felt in Helena, Montana, on Thursday. The quake and numerous aftershocks were centered about 30 miles away in Lincoln, Montana, and could be felt as far away as Washington state. (AP Photo/Matt Volz)

Magnitude 5.8 earthquake rouses slumbering Montana residents

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