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HOUSTON — The United States Geological Survey's online monitor shows four earthquakes struck parts of Texas in the overnight hours Oct. 1.

The first, a 4.0 magnitude earthquake, was reported Monday before 5 p.m. about 12 miles north of Snyder, Texas.

USGS map early Oct 2, 2019
USGS map early Oct 2, 2019
USGS

The second was a 3.8 reported after 2 a.m. about 12 miles north-northeast of Snyder.

The third quake was a 3.2 reported about five miles north-northeast of Alvarado, Texas.

And the most recent one as of this publication was a 2.5 reported about 13 miles north of Snyder, Texas in the early morning hours Tuesday.

Quake list
Quake list
USGS

At this time there are no reports of major damage or injuries.

Online: Visit the USGS interactive earthquake locator

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