The U.S.Geological Survey (USGS) has confirmed that an earthquake did hit near Irving this morning.
According to the USGS, the 2.6 magnitude earthquake happened at 4:19 pm and was located between the area of Hwy 114 and Spur 482.
The U.S Geological Survey has confirmed another earthquake, this one measuring 2.6, happened in Irving late Thursday night.
Residents of Irving are reporting another earthquake shaking the ground early Tuesday morning.
The temblor struck Saturday night at 11:52pm CST near the Johnson/Ellis county line. Residents began reporting the event on social media shortly before midnight.
Initial reports have the magnitude set at 2.7. Area residents began reporting the temblor on social media soon after the event took place. This is the fifth earthquake in that area in four days.
An early morning earthquake centered in Irving rattled people awake early Thursday but caused no damage, police said.
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