A 3.5 magnitude earthquake was reported in central Nebraska Monday.
It happened at 10:04 a.m. with the epicenter located about 10 miles east-northeast of Broken Bow, in Custer County, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
The USGS received nearly 30 “Did you feel it?” reports within three hours of the earthquake. A majority of the responses were from Broken Bow. Reports ranged from weak to light shaking in intensity rating.
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There were three earthquakes reported in Nebraska last year, according to USGS archives:
- Nov. 10 – 3.2 magnitude, 32 miles north of Mullen
- Aug. 19 – 3.6 magnitude, 22 miles southeast of Thedford
- July 18 – 3.3 magnitude, 9 miles south-southeast of Valentine