The U.S. Geological Survey reports a 3.4 earthquake shook portions of Southern and South Central Illinois Friday night.
The center of the tremor was placed nine miles north of Fairfield in Wayne County. It was reported at 7:41 pm. The USGS reported the quake originated from a depth of five kilometers and was likely triggered by the Wabash Fault.
While a number of people reported feeling the tremor, there have been no reports of damage.
A 2.3 tremor believed to be triggered on the Wabash Fault occurred on Thursday near Elberfeld, Indiana.
U.S. Geological Survey Map shows where small earthquake north of Fairfield Friday night could be felt. There have been no reports of damage.