According to the
"There have not been any reports of damage in
Stokes said if anyone does have significant damage they can contact his office by emailing [email protected].
"With the increase in the number of earthquakes in our state, I hope residents have checked to make sure they are covered by insurance for damages caused by these events," he added.
Social media posts by local residents compared the feeling of the early morning jolt to two trains colliding, an air plane crash, an air conditioner struggling to kick on and people banging on their house, among other wide-ranging descriptions.
The Associated Press reported that the earthquake rattled the Great Plains from
A Dallas TV station tweeted that the quake shook its studio.
Earlier this week, a magnitude 3.2 temblor occurred in roughly the same spot, the AP reported.
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