The chandeliers swing, the pictures tilt and the chair shakes. Then people in Irving wait. While they wonder if they just felt another earthquake, someone in a small office 800 miles away, is trying to confirm it.
You might say the recent North Texas earthquakes have shaken officials into action. The four earthquakes that rumbled under the city of Irving Tuesday sent an overflow crowd in search of answers.
It’s happened again. The U.S. Geological Survey confirms that multiple earthquakes have rattled Irving on Tuesday.
For the first time, seismologists are using the word “swarm” to describe all of the rumbling in and around the city of Irving.
Once again — the earth is moving in Irving. The United States Geological Survey has confirmed a 2.3 magnitude tremor happened at 1:02 p.m.
The Dallas City Council’s Public Safety Committee will meet Monday for a briefing on how to properly prepare for earthquakes.
With a reported 12 earthquakes in nearly a 24-hour span in the Irving area, homeowner are now bracing for the next movement.
Officials in Irving continue their search for what may be triggering the recent swarm of earthquakes dogging Dallas’ neighbor to the west.
Here is a map of the 11 earthquakes (as of 11am) that have occurred in the Irving area since yesterday morning: Here is a list of the 11 earthquakes (as of 11am) that have occurred […]
The four earthquakes that shook the Irving area on Tuesday were some of the strongest quakes to hit the area since the 1970s, according to the United State Geological Survey.
Somewhere in north Irving, Southern Methodist University is putting up a portable seismograph to try to nail down exactly where a spate of recent earthquakes is occurring.
Scientists from SMU will be in Irving on Monday on a mission to pinpoint the source of more than a dozen recent earthquakes.