NEW MADRID'S AWAKE! largest earthquake to hit Arkansas in 35 years
GREENBRIER, Ark. -- The largest earthquake to hit Arkansas in 35 years also shook parts of Missouri, Oklahoma, Tennessee and Mississippi on Sunday night. This comes in a swarm of about 800 earthquakes to strike north central Arkansas since September.
The magnitude 4.7 earthquake hit just after 11 p.m. Sunday, and was felt for hundreds of miles. This biggest one yet has everyone wondering what's next and what's causing all the quakes.
Reports to the U.S. Geological Survey show the 4.7-magnitude quake caused moderate to light shaking across the Natural State and parts of four others.