Tuesday's quake wasn't nearly as strong as one four years ago.
Minutes after Tuesday's quake hit, hundreds of people commented on our 14 News Facebook page saying they felt the quake and wanted to know where exactly it came from.
"Oh yes, we're hearing some shaking here. It appears we're having an earthquake here," Byron Douglas said on Sunrise that morning the 2008 quake hit.
It was also captured on video, shaking fridges and knocking items off shelves of a convenience store.
It also damaged a local church and the old Berry School that had been converted to apartments and later torn down.
More than 300 people commented on our Facebook page and reported feeling it in cities like Browns, Illinois, Cynthiana, Owensville, and even north Evansville.
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