Thanksgiving Day earthquakes hit near Cushing

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CUSHING, Okla.–Cushing residents were rattled Thanksgiving by a 3.3 Magnitude earthquake.

The earthquake’s epicenter was one mile west of Cushing. 

At 2:18 a.m. there was another 3.3M in the same region of Oklahoma.

Residents are still picking up the pieces and cleaning up the damage from the massive 5.0 earthquake which hit the region on Nov. 6.

That quake caused damage to many businesses and homes in Payne County.

The state took action by shutting down some injection wells and limiting activity on others.


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