Earthquake hits midland Texas and magnitude 4.3 quake leaves Lone Star State residents shaken

A 4.3 earthquake struck near Midland, Texas Monday, shaking the ground of the Lone Star state.

The quake reached a depth of 5km and was registered just after 7:55pm.

Residents in Stanton, Odessa and San Angelo could reportedly feel the quake as well.

Unlike other states Texas is not known for earthquakes, leaving many shocked over what had happened.

"Earthquake much? 4.3 Here in Texas. We don’t do that often," wrote one user.

Another user commented that the quake "shook the house and rattled the windows."

So far, there are no reports of any damage reported by the quake.

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