Residents in Grant County may have felt a shake late Sunday morning.
A small 3.0 magnitude earthquake struck at approximately 11:52 a.m. Its epicenter was located just three miles northeast of Hunter, seven miles south, southwest of Lamont, and 11 miles east, southeast of Pond Creek.
It was about two miles deep.
At this time, no injuries or damages associated with this earthquake have been reported.
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