Luther earthquake downgraded to 3.7

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LUTHER, Okla. – Residents in central Oklahoma may have felt the ground rumble Wednesday morning.

Around 10:44 a.m., the United States Geological Survey recorded a 4.1 earthquake near Luther.

However, the USGS later downgraded the quake to a 3.7.

This is the third earthquake the area has felt in a 24 hour period.

A 3.7 and a 2.8 magnitude quakes struck Tuesday.

So far, there have been no reports of damage.

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