Ray, the depth is 56.8 KM or 35 miles deep and is considered a shallow quake.
Shallow earthquakes are between 0 and 70 km deep; intermediate earthquakes, 70 - 300 km deep; and deep earthquakes, 300 - 700 km deep. In general, the term "deep-focus earthquakes" is applied to earthquakes deeper than 70 km. All earthquakes deeper than 70 km are localized within great slabs of shallow lithosphere that are sinking into the Earth's mantle.
USGS: Measuring the Size of an Earthquake
It really irks me when U.S. government agencies use metric measurements in official documents and public announcements. The metric system may be fine for practical use in science, but it doesn't communicate to a population that doesn't use it.
Most Americans don't know a kilometer from a furlong, and can't readily visualize those distances.