EULESS, Texas – A minor earthquake shook parts of North Texas but no damage nor injuries had been reported.
Jesse Moore with the National Weather Service in Fort Worth said Saturday's earthquake at 11:24 a.m. came in at 3.3, according to the National Earthquake Information Center.
Moore said he had not heard of any reports of damage nor injuries. Moore said the earthquake was centered about four miles south of Euless and 18 miles west of Dallas.
Robert Budack, who lives in Irving, told The Associated Press he was on his bed and got bounced to the wall, but was not hurt.
Budack said he felt an aftershock that "was enough to make the couch and chairs shake."