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People in Tennessee were a little surprised by an earthquake that rattled the state Wednesday morning.

SALT LAKE CITY — People in Tennessee were a little surprised by an earthquake that rattled the state Wednesday morning.

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What happened: As USA Today reported, a magnitude 4.4 earthquake rocked the Southern state at around 4:14 a.m. ET near Decatur, Tennessee, which is about 150 miles away from Nashville.

  • There were no serious injuries or reported deaths.
  • An aftershock, which measured a magnitude 3.3, was felt 13 minutes later.
  • People in northern Georgia even felt the shake, according to WXIA.
  • The earthquake was the second-strongest on record for eastern Tennessee, according to the National Weather Service.

Residents shared confusion about the earthquake on Twitter.

People in Georgia even felt the quake.