A magnitude-3.3 earthquake was felt across the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex on Saturday night.
The quake's epicenter was on Century Center Boulevard in Irving, Texas. The quake was listed as being 1.8-miles deep, the United States Geological Survey said.
The quake was reported at 9:15 p.m. CST Saturday, the USGS said.
@DFWscanner felt something in the press box at American Airlines Center, we all looked at each other— calebfox (@calebfox) November 23, 2014
Fox 4 in Dallas reported that no major damage was occurred, except for cracks in some walls. No injuries were reported.
A magnitude-2.6 earthquake was felt in the region on Nov. 15, the USGS said.
No problems were reported at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, the airport said on its Twitter feed.
@StevensonJE Hi, John. Operations have not been affected.— DFW Airport (@dfwairport) November 23, 2014