HUTCHINSON, Kan (KWCH) – 9 p.m.
Many in Hutchinson's report feeling a second earthquake. This one registered about 8 p.m. with a magnitude of 3.0, much weaker than the magnitude-4.2 earthquake that shook the area Friday morning.
Several Hutchinson businesses had cleanup on their agendas Friday after a 4.2-magnitude earthquake shakes the Reno County community.
At Egbert Liquor, the earthquake was strong enough to shake shelves and send bottles crashing to the ground. The aftermath included wine stains on the carpet.
Egbert's owner says the store lost about $ 800 to $ 1
The Kraft Electric Company was among local businesses to capture the moments of earthquake hit on its cameras.
Over at the Medicine Shoppe, store owner Ricky Stone says he's called his alarm company to ask if they should send police. The alarms sounded like a result of the earthquake.
Elsewhere in the Hutchinson area, the earthquake raised safety concerns at the Salt Mine and a gas-storage facility called Yaggy Field.
A big question for many in Hutchinson concerns earthquake insurance.
The Insurance Information Institute has a few things it says. For starters, homeowner's insurance does not cover things like bricks or sheetrock.
One thing to consider when it comes to earthquake insurance is the deductible, which is often higher than the typical cost of damage. Experts say the deductible with earthquake insurance can be anywhere between two and twenty percent of your home's value.
An exception is for homes with a lot of brick. If you're home from brick, it may be worth it for you to get earthquake insurance, experts say.
The damage was not limited to Hutchinson. Burrton Public Schools following Friday-morning's earthquake because of the high school and central office.
Hutchinson Public Schools was one of several earthquake reports Friday morning.
The district posted to Facebook, "Yes, we felt the earthquake in Hutchinson" USD 308. All our students and staff are safe are safe. "
The district said Loosened ceiling tiles, cracks in a couple of walls and a door that would not close.
So far no reports of injuries have been made.
Friday morning's damaging earthquake in Reno County.
Several people in Hutchinson and South Hutchinson have posted photos of bottles that have fallen off shelves, falling ceiling tiles and broken windows.
Kraft Electric, Inc. posted the moment to hit the earthquake causing its office to shake violently and sending it tumbling from the shelves.
Eyewitness News has a team in the area gathering more information from emergency crews, business owners and residents.
A 4.2 magnitude earthquake shook central Kansas early Friday morning.
According to the US Geological Survey, epicenter was 3 miles south / southwest of South Hutchinson.
Timothy, who lives near 17th and Severance in Hutchinson,
Hutchinson resident Alice Hinnen called in, saying things fell off shelves in her home. She told us she has felt earthquakes before, but this is the strongest one yet. She also reported feeling to aftershock.
Jake Goertz lives in South Hutchinson. He wrote on Twitter, "Earthquake lasted a good 20 seconds here."
Goertz did not mention any damage, except for items that fell off shelves.
– Jake Goertz (@JacobGoertz) August 16, 2019
Bob Colladay said his office building in Hutchinson was "a loud boom like explosion, Followed by about 2 seconds of fairly strong shaking. "
Our office building in Hutchinson has taken a loud boom like this.
– Bob Colladay (@bcolladay) August 16, 2019
People across Kansas felt this earthquake. Oklahoma.
Check out the USGS 'report heree .