Earthquake Shakes North Central Kansas

KSAL StaffSeptember 14, 2016

A small earthquake shook parts of north central Kansas Wednesday morning.

According to the  U.S. Geological Survey, the 3.5 magnitude earthquake was felt Wednesday morning in Ellis County. The earthquake, which happened at 7:12 in the morning, was centered 4.3 miles north of Ellis.

The USGS says a quake of 3.5 magnitude causes weak to light shaking.

No damage or injuries were reported.

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