Another Oklahoma earthquake felt in Northwest Arkansas

Another earthquake has hit central Oklahoma, and people in Northwest Arkansas again reported feeling the tremors.

The U.S. Geological Survey website reports a 4.7-magnitude earthquake centered about 5 miles northwest of Prague struck at 8:46 p.m. Monday.

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.