A small earthquake rattled some of northeast Ohio Monday evening, according to media reports.

The quake was measured at a 3.6 magnitude and hit roughly five miles north of the city of Ravenna, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

Residents in surrounding communities reported feeling the shaking but no injuries or damage were reported except for a few broken dishes.

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Click here to read the full U.S. Geological Survey report.