According to authorities, the fourth in a series of earthquakes hit central Oklahoma, late on Saturday night. The U.S. Geological Survey detected the quake, with a magnitude of 5.6, at 10.53 p.m. local time.

The disturbance was, at 3.1 miles deep, a shallow and one believed to be centered about 44 miles east-northeast of Oklahoma City.

The quake was confirmed by Micheall Ooten, a spokeswoman for the Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management. However, no injuries or major damages have been reported so far.

The first quake, with a magnitude fo 4.7, in the series started at 2.12 a.m. and was felt as far away as Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri and Texas, according to a Los Angeles Times report.