In the early morning hours of Aug.19, a fuel tanker truck lost control and rolled over near mile marker 16 on U.S. Hwy 191, a section of highway that runs through the western portion of Yellowstone National Park.
According to the United States Geological Survey, Yellowstone National Park typically experiences minor earthquakes of a magnitude 2 or below on the Richter Scale. On Tuesday, May 11, that was not the case when a magnitude 4.2 earthquake rattled Yellowstone.
The weather is starting to feel much more relatively seasonal for the most part and with that being said, that means with Wyoming being such a hub for tourism, the tourists are starting to come out of the woodwork. And one of the most popular and beloved national parks is a magnet for tourism, so it's important that should you become one of them, don't be an idiot.