OAK ORCHARD, Md. (WJZ) — The United States Geological Survey reports that there was an earthquake in eastern Frederick County.

Officials say the earthquake occurred shortly before 6 a.m. Saturday. It was a 2.1 magnitude earthquake.

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Officials say it was a “shallow” earthquake, which is why people felt it. Because the earthquake was of such a low magnitude, if it had been deeper in the earth’s crust, it would not have been felt.

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According to officials, the earthquake was felt in Mount Airy, New Windsor and Westminster.

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There were no reports of injuries. No damage has been reported.