Another earthquake has hit central Oklahoma, and people in Northwest Arkansas again reported feeling the tremors.
No damage or injuries were reported.
Shortly after the quake hit, both Facebook and Twitter began buzzing with reports from Fayetteville-area people who said they felt the quake.
This latest major Oklahoma shake comes just two days after a 5.6-magnitude earthquake rocked the same area of the state.
According to USGS, Saturday’s earthquake was the largest quake recorded in Oklahoma since a 5.5-magnitude tremor hit in 1952.