Large back to back earthquakes strike Oklahoma

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FAIRVIEW, Okla.– Yes, you probably felt the earth move as three large earthquakes hit Oklahoma Friday.

The USGS reports the first struck around 3:25 p.m.

It was  3.7 reported about 19 miles west of Enid.

One minute later a 4.0 was reported about 19 miles NW of Fairview.

And then minutes later at 3:47 p.m. a 3.5 struck in the same area outside of Fairview.



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