Did you feel the earthquake this morning? These Texans did

Looking southeast from just west of the State Capitol, IH 35 can be seen running left to right in the background. Part of downtown is at right. Zach Ryall American-Statesman 04/10/2016

File photo.  Zach Ryall American-Statesman 04/10/2016

Update (1:28 p.m.): The United States Geological Survey had received two reports from Austin of people reporting they had felt the quake, according to its website. Both reports categorized the intensity of the quake they felt as “weak.”  The USGS also received a report from Round Rock related to the quake.

Earlier: On Saturday morning, people from Nebraska to Texas felt the rattles of a record-tying earthquake in Oklahoma — it even reached Austin. Did you feel the effects of the 5.6 magnitude earthquake? Here’s what some Texans on social media had to say:

Related: Responding to Texas quake uptick, seismic study gets underway

Read: The world’s deadliest earthquakes since 2000

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