A 3.4 magnitude earthquake shook part of Central Pennsylvania on Wednesday night.
The United States Geological Survey reported the quake happened about 8:30 p.m. about 11 miles southwest of Mifflintown. That's about 70 miles from Lancaster.
A Lancaster County-Wide Communications supervisor said the center received one call from a person in West Lampeter asking if there had been an earthquake.
According to Earthquaketrack.com, eight earthquakes happened in Pennsylvania in the last year.
Lancaster has felt its share of earthquakes: