No Damage Reported In Arkansas After Earthquake Strikes Kansas

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(KFSM) - A 4.8 magnitude struck in Kansas on Wednesday (Nov. 12), but it was also felt in Oklahoma and Northwest Arkansas.

There were no reports of damage in Arkansas, according to the State Department of Management.

According to a report from the U.S. Geological Survey, the earthquake struck northwest of Arkansas City, Kan. at 3:40 p.m. and people in the area immediately took to Facebook and Twitter to talk about the shaking beneath them.

People who felt the earthquake can fill out a report by clicking here. The reports help the U.S. Geological Survey determine how far an earthquake is felt from the epicenter.

The quake registered on the seismograph at Hobbs State Park in Rogers.

Seismograph Screenshoot From Hobbs State Park.

Seismograph Screenshoot From Hobbs State Park.

USGS

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