@AlaskaAirfireball111 requested it.
Salt Lake City was just rattled by a magnitude 5.7 earthquake.
(Salt Lake City Airport is in the process of rebuilding its terminals )
About three hours ago, Salt Lake City was shaken by a magnitude 5.7 earthquake. This is apparently the strongest earthquake in Salt Lake City since 1992.
As a result, the airport has closed and all facilities were evacuated.
Flights have been cancelled and inbound aircraft were diverted.
And the interiors have been flooded:
New terminal image per SLC Airport
At the moment, over 132 flights or 29% of flights have been cancelled.
Overall, there doesn’t appear to be any deaths or significant injures. The extent of the damage hasn’t been fully evaluated yet, so hopefully there’s no significant damage to the new terminal.