Perhaps we should write a story when there's not an earthquake near Azle.
For the 14th and 15th time in the last 30 days, people who live northwest of Fort Worth have felt the earth rumble. The latest incident, a 3.3-magnitude quake, was recorded by the U.S. Geological Survey at 7:11 a.m. Monday four miles northwest of Azle just off of S. Reno Rd.
There was also an earthquke at 11:31 a.m. Sunday. It also registered as a 3.3-magnitude, according to the USGS. It was centered two miles northwest of Azle, just north of Willow Wood Drive.
"Shook my bed and made the walls creak," wrote Azle resident Kim Johnson, who was upstairs in a two-story home. "We now have a few cracks in our vaulted ceilings upstairs. When will it end?"
Writing on the WFAA Facebook page, Sandra Tingle said she's worried about liability. "My insurance company told me unless a fault line is determined to be under your property, it's not covered," she said.
Sunday's tremor is the fourth-strongest in the past month. The most powerful registered 3.7-magnitude and struck 30 miles west of Azle on December 9.