Three earthquakes rattle Oklahomans within three hours
OKLAHOMA – The U.S. Geological Survey is reporting two earthquakes have shaken Oklahoma residents within one hour.
The agency says the first was a 3.5-magnitude quake that occurred close to 2:35 p.m. Saturday afternoon.
The epicenter was about 36 miles northwest of Enid in located in Cherokee.
The second quake was a 3.2-magnitude quake that occurred close to 3:35 p.m.
The epicenter was about 19 miles from Stillwater, Okla. northwest of Chandler.
The third quake was a 3.7-magnitude quake that occured close to 5:33 p.m. This quake was located NW of Langston, Oklahoma.
No reported damage or injuries at this time.
- OKC man dies after attack with baseball bat, alleged suspect claims self-defense
- UPDATE: Woman turns self in for stealing toys from baby's grave after caught on tape
- Expect a warm windy Friday; potential severe weather coming this weekend
- Police: 83-year-old 'Ganja Granny' arrested for pot peddling near school