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4 earthquakes reported in 14 hours across Texas

Texas welcomes October with a shake, rattle and roll.

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HOUSTON — The United States Geological Survey's online monitor shows four earthquakes struck parts of Texas in the overnight hours Oct. 1.

The first, a 4.0 magnitude earthquake, was reported Monday before 5 p.m. about 12 miles north of Snyder, Texas.

Credit: USGS
USGS map early Oct 2, 2019

The second was a 3.8 reported after 2 a.m. about 12 miles north-northeast of Snyder.

The third quake was a 3.2 reported about five miles north-northeast of Alvarado, Texas.

And the most recent one as of this publication was a 2.5 reported about 13 miles north of Snyder, Texas in the early morning hours Tuesday.

Credit: USGS
Quake list

At this time there are no reports of major damage or injuries.

Online: Visit the USGS interactive earthquake locator