Earthquake swarm rattles Oklahomans overnight
OKLAHOMA - Multiple earthquakes were recorded in Oklahoma overnight.
According to USGS five earthquakes rumbled Oklahoma overnight.
The largest quake was a 3.5 magnitude that struck near the town of Langston. The quake was recorded to be about 12 miles away from the Guthrie area. The tremor occurred around 3:15 a.m.
Another quake hit northwest of Langston, with a 3.0 magnitude recording.
Two tremors rumbled in the Stillwater area of Oklahoma. both quakes were recorded with a magnitude of 3.1.
The last quake was a 2.7 near the town of Perry.
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