North-central Kansas was shaken Monday morning by two earthquakes that occurred near the town of Mankato in Jewell County.
According to data from the U.S. Geological Survey, a 3.8 magnitude quake hit at 6:18 a.m., about 5 miles southeast of Mankato. It was followed by a 3.2 magnitude quake that struck the area about 15 minutes later.
The USGS also shows 3.4 magnitude earthquake hit Ellsworth County about one minute after the second tremor. That quake took place about 110 miles south of the first two.
The Jewell County Sheriff’s Office confirms there were no reports of damage from the two quakes that struck that area.