MURRAY COUNTY, Ga. - If you live in north Georgia and felt some rumbling you're not alone.
A small earthquake shook the ground in parts of north Georgia late Thursday night.
According to the U.S. Geological Survey at the University of Memphis, a 2.6 magnitude earthquake happened around 11:47 p.m. Thursday.
Officials say the center of the earthquake was shortly more than 10 miles north-northeast of Eton, Georgia in Murray County.
Residents in North Georgia told FOX 5 that the earthquake shook their houses and rattled things up.
Officials have not reported any injuries caused by the earthquake.