Four earthquakes rock Oklahoma within 24 hours

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OKLAHOMA – According to Oklahoma Geological Survey, A small earthquake rattled residents near Perry, Oklahoma early Saturday morning.

A 3.1 magnitude quake with a depth of about 3 miles was 15.2 miles away from Stillwater.

Another earthquake was recorded Saturday minutes after the first one in Perry.

With a magnitude of 3.4, the quake struck in Medford, Okla. About 32 miles from the Ponca City area. The depth was about 2.4 miles.

At approximately 2:14 a.m. Sunday morning a quake with a magnitude of 4.1 rumbled near Langston Okla. About 6.2 miles from the Guthrie area.

The last quake within 24 hours was in Jones at approximately 5:34 a.m. A magnitude of 2.5, and a depth of 3 miles. The quake was about 8 miles away from Choctaw, Okla.

The strongest earthquake on record in Oklahoma was a magnitude of 5.6 earthquake on Nov. 5, 2011.

There have not been any reports of significant damage or injuries.

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