Incidents: The tremors reportedly took place in this stretch of Coral Gables, Florida
Tremors have reportedly hit a Florida city at least three times. Coral Gables residents have told local media they've felt the shaking inside their homes. Authorities so far have yet to figure out what's behind the tremors.
Matt Meehan, who lives in the city, told CBS Miami
- which first reported on the shaking - 'These windows started ratting like this. And I'm looking around, and I have a little cat [that] went running in the other direction.'
'My first thought was earthquake,' he told the television station.
Another resident, Boo Zamek, told the CBS affiliate it was a 'very low, um, very subtle vibration' and called it 'strange, curious.'
A spokeswoman for the Coral Gables police department, Kelly Denham, told Daily Mail Online that police received two reports in the past four weeks regarding the 'loud explosion-type noises
,' as well as a third report shortly before 11am Tuesday.
Officers have checked out the sounds each time, Denham said, but they have so far been unable to locate their source.
'We have no idea what those noises are,' Denham said.