ST LOUIS (LALATE) – An Arkansas earthquake today struck north of Little Rock and outside Wooster. The Arkansas earthquake today August 19, 2012 erupted in the predawn morning hours. No reports of damage have been detailed by local news.
Sundayâ€™s earthquake struck at 3:24 am local time and registered a 3.3 magnitude, USGS indicates to news. The quake, however, had virtually no depth. The temblor struck only three miles below the earth’s surface. As a result, it could be felt across the region.
The quake struck one mile east of Greenbrier, officials tell news. The quake was five miles east of Wooster and six miles south of Twin Grovers. The quake erupted eleven miles northeast of Conway and thirty-five miles north of Little Rock. The quake was also roughly two hundred fifty miles south of St Louis, USGS indicates to news.
Mapping puts the quake west of Newport and Seacry, southwest of Batesville, and north of Little Rock. The quake was east of Russelville and Clarksville and centered east of Highway 65.
In related news, another quake struck south of Volcano, Hawaii today. The quake registered a 3.6 magnitude and was five miles below the earth’s surface. The quake could be felt in Fern Forest and Eden Roc, fourteen miles from the epicenter.