Okla. Geological Survey director on OK quakes

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There was a whole lot of shakin' goin’ on across the metro over the past 12 hours.

A total of six major quakes have been reported with more than 25 seismic events since 1 a.m. with the last one around noon Tuesday.

The small town of Luther in northeastern Oklahoma County seemed to be the epicenter of the four largest.

Thankfully, there were no reports of any damage or serious injuries.

As you can imagine, the early morning tremblers rattled a lot of nerves, especially during the middle of storm season.

Oklahoma Geological Survey Director, Dr. Randy Keller, talked with us about the earthquakes and what we can expect in the future.

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