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There have not been any reports of damage caused by the quake. 

A 3.5-magnitude earthquake hit southeastern Arizona on Tuesday night. 

The U.S. Geological Survey reported the quake hit an area about 30 miles northeast of Douglas, right near the Arizona-New Mexico border, around 6 p.m. Tuesday. 

Two people in Douglas reported on the USGS website that they felt the quake, while one person in Tucson and another in Hereford also reported feeling it.

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According to ABC 15, there have been no reports of any damages. 

Earthquakes with magnitudes of 3 to 3.9 are classified as minor. They are often felt, but typically only cause minor damage — if any damage at all. 

Hundreds of earthquakes are detected in Arizona each year, but most are too small to be felt.

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