An earthquake hit near Oklahoma City on Saturday, with many residents saying they could feel it.
The U.S. Geological Survey said the quake registered at 4.5-magnitude on the Richter scale, hitting near Jones, Okla. The quake was located about 5 miles from Jones, 7 miles from Edmond, 10 miles from Choctaw, 12 miles from Midwest City, and 14 miles from Oklahoma City.
It had a depth of 5.7 miles and struck at around 12:10 a.m.
Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management spokeswoman Keli Cain told The Associated Press that no injuries or damage were immediately reported after the quake.
On Twitter, a larger number of users reacted.
“I swear my place was on the epicenter. It’s never shook that bad. Huck & I are still shaking,” wrote KOCO-TV reporter Katy Blakey.
“That earthquake came straight from Boone Pickens Stadium,” wrote one.
Another added: “That earthquake was crazy.”
Said another: “Whoaaaaa. Definitely felt that #earthquake in #OKC.”
Another wrote: “Earthquake ontop of a snow storm. What is going on here??? Lol”
According an Associated Press report this week, there has been a surge of earthquakes in Oklahoma and northern Texas in recent years.
AP said more than 2,600 quakes struck Oklahoma this year–most of them registering at magnitude-2 or less. In 2010, there were around 1,000 and in 2011, nearly 1,500 quakes.