The record breaking 5.6 magnitude earthquake in Oklahoma over the weekend left no serious injuries, according to officials.

The Oklahoma health department reported two minor injuries after the earthquake on Saturday, but none of them required hospitalization, according to Reuters.

Although there were no injuries, residents near the epicenter in Lincoln County, described how their homes shook so strongly that they had to hold onto objects to avoid falling over.

"This house shook, rattled and rolled," Joe Reneau, 75 from Lincoln County told

The 5.6 earthquake was felt as far as Wisconsin, Missouri and South Carolina. It was followed by aftershocks magnitude 3.0 or higher.

Also reported were damages to 14 homes.

The strongest earthquake recorded in Oklahoma was a magnitude 5.5 on April 9, 1952, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

See images of the Oklahoma Earthquake Aftermath below: