Earthquakes rattle Sooner State residents early Saturday

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Residents across the state may have been a little shaken this morning.

Officials with the United States Geological Survey say a 3.4 magnitude quake rocked 13 miles SE of Medford, Oklahoma just after 3:20 Saturday morning.

However, that was not the only tremor the Sooner State has felt today.

The United States Geological Survey also reported a 3.3 magnitude quake 16 miles SW of Perry.

Fortunately, there are no reports of injuries or damage.

To find out if you felt a quake rattle near you, click here. 

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