• Officials increase magnitude of earthquake that rattled West Tennessee

    By: Shelby Sansone


    A 3.7 magnitude earthquake hit Dyersburg, Tennessee early Wednesday morning.

    The earthquake was recorded just minutes before 6 a.m. 

    Barbara Duke Oden said it is the worst one she has felt.

    “All the sudden the house shook,” Oden said. “It moved like never before.”

    According to officials in Dyersburg, there have not been any reports of damage or injuries.

    “I thought something hit our house,” Oden said. “I thought a truck or something hit our house because it moved so hard.”

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    FOX13 has received multiple calls from people saying they felt the earthquake. 

    It was originally reported as just under a 3.6 magnitude. It has since been increased to 3.7

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