The U.S. Geological Survey reported a 3.0 magnitude earthquake struck near Irving Wednesday night.
The quake hit at 10:16 pm., with the epicenter in Irving just south of the intersection of the Bush Turnpike and Highway 114 and 3.5 miles east of Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.
The USGS said it measured the quake at a depth of 10 miles.
In the minutes following the tremor, WFAA's Facebook page received more than 250 comments most of which were from people who said they felt the earth unexpectedly shaking.
"I'm in Irving off 161 and Rochelle," wrote John Hendry. "Felt a boom and house shook; no apparent damage."
"It freaked me out!" wrote Tonya Taylor Paris from Euless near D/FWInternational Airport. "My whole house rattled and crackled after it happened. My front large window rattled really loud."
"We all thought our chairs were moving due to a plane," said Lisa Olivero Riccetti, who was at D/FW.
"It felt like a bus ran into the building," wrote Martin Ross at Belt Line Road and Walnut Hill Lane in Irving.
"This is the third time this has happened since I lived in these apartments," said Veronica Rodroguez-Harris in Irving.
Last September, multiple earthquakes measuring 3.4 and 3.1 magnitude shook the same general area.