3.6 magnitude earthquake
At least three earthquakes have rattled Texas since Saturday.
The latest to be reported by the U.S. Geological Survey is a 2.2 magnitude quake 11 miles southwest of Corsicana in Navarro County. It struck early Monday at 12:59 a.m.
The largest of the tremors was a magnitude 3.6 earthquake in Johnson County on Sunday afternoon.
The quake struck 7 miles northeast of Cleburne at 12:47 p.m. in the same area a 2.1 magnitude quake was felt almost precisely 24 hours earlier.
"It felt like a wave, a boom and a wave," Alvarado resident Lisa Hansen told News 8. "I'm still shaking."
Breg Buttry in Burleson described it as a "loud rumbling and popping noise."
And Norma Jones near Keene said Sunday's quake shook her home and items in her cupboard, lasting between 3 and 5 seconds.
The USGS had initially reported the Johnson County quake as a 3.5 magnitude, but later bumped it up to a 3.6 after further analysis of the data.
The agency said there was another moderate quake in Texas on Sunday -- a 3.4 magnitude tremor just before 4 a.m. Sunday near Tilden, about 100 miles northwest of Corpus Christi.
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