The earthquake, which shook the ground before noon, was centered about four miles south of Euless.
Hundreds of 911 calls captured the fear many North Texans felt after last weekend’s earthquake.
The operator asked if anyone was hurt.
"Everyone is OK," Strobel said. "But I’m scared to death!"
Euless police released several of the 911 calls Monday.
"What the heck was that?" one man said. "My house just shook."
"I don’t know, sir," the 911 operator answered. "We’re trying to figure it out."
So many calls poured into 911, dispatchers started trying to clear the lines as soon as possible. Click here to listen to some of the calls.
"Euless 911, are you calling regarding the boom that just occurred?"
"Was it a boom or an earthquake?" one man responded.
Strobel said she was on her bed when she heard an explosion and felt her heavy bed sway.
"This is a quiet neighborhood," she said Monday. "You don't hear 'kaboom!’ And the whole house does not shift in Euless, Texas. It just doesn't happen."