An earthquake rattled part of the Midwest Tuesday, registering a 5.0 magnitude.
The epicenter of the quake was about nine miles from Evansville, Indiana.
Tremors were felt across Indiana and parts of Kentucky and Illinois.
The earthquake is considered to be a moderate one, so only light damage was caused. Products fell of grocery store shelves.
Residents reported the earth moving, lights swaying, pictures falling and a few cracked chimneys and windows.
One minor injury was reported.