The United States Geological Survey reported that two earthquakes rattled parts of Dallas County Thursday afternoon and early Friday morning. [[360547001,C]]
A 2.8 magnitude quake was recorded at about 3:35 p.m. Thursday with the epicenter located along Texas 114 just north of the University of Dallas campus.
NBC 5 received several reports from viewers who said they felt the earthquake across Dallas.
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The USGS then recorded a 2.6 magniutude earthquake less than 2 miles away in the 2100 block of West Northwest Highway at 12:36 a.m. Friday.
No damage reports have been received.
In an earthquake, it’s important to remember these DOs and DO NOTs:
- DO drop, cover and hold on!
- DO stay away from glass, windows, outside doors and walls
- DO stay inside until the shaking stops
- If outside, DO move away from buildings, streetlights, and utility wires
- DO NOT get in a doorway
- DO NOT use the elevators.
- Find more information on how to prepare for and respond to an earthquake at the following websites: