Two earthquakes rattle different parts of Oklahoma
QUINTON, Okla. – Residents in two different parts of the state may have felt some shaking on Sunday.
Shortly before 8:30 p.m., the USGS recorded a 3.6 magnitude earthquake in Pittsburg County.
Officials say the epicenter was located nearly three miles east/northeast of Quinton.
Another earthquake also hit the state just a few hours later.
The USGS recorded a 3.0 earthquake near Buffalo at around 11 p.m.