IRVING, Texas -- A 2.6-magnitude earthquake in Irving was confirmed by the USGS just before noon Thursday.
The quake hit Las Colinas at 32.876°N, 96.943°W, which is near the intersection of West Las Colinas Boulevard and N. O'Connor Boulevard.
Several people informed us on social media about the quake.
@wfaachannel8 was that an earthquake I felt in Las Colinas?— Nicolle DiVito (@nicolledivito) September 14, 2017
There was a small rumble here. Then a hard shake and loud noise. It sounded like something heavy slammed into the building.— Susan Person Miller (@SusanM74) September 14, 2017
The USGS confirmed a 3.1-magnitude earthquake hit Irving on Aug. 25 near West Irving Boulevard and N. O'Connor Road.
The quakes add to the long list of trembles felt throughout the area in the past couple of years.