HUNTER, Okla. – Residents in northern Oklahoma may have felt a tremble on Friday afternoon.
The Oklahoma Geological Survey says it recorded a 4.0 magnitude quake near the town of Hunter shortly before 2 p.m.
Experts say it was centered just three miles away from the city, which is located near Enid.
Magnitude 4.0 at 2014-05-09 13:52:47.165999 (CDT) 2.9 miles NE of Hunter; 36.585,-97.617,z=5.0km—
OGS Earthquakes (@OKearthquakes) May 09, 2014
The U.S. Geological Survey recorded the same earthquake, but registered it at a 3.9 magnitude.
So far, no damage or injuries have been reported.