Social media responds to large earthquake that rocked Oklahoma, damage reported

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EDMOND, Okla. – A strong earthquake rocked folks out of bed early Tuesday morning.

The U.S. Geological Survey recorded a 4.3 magnitude quake around 5:40 a.m.

The epicenter struck Covell and Midwest Blvd.

About 10 minutes later, another earthquake shook Edmond. (epicenter I-35 and Covell)

According to the USGS, the second quake was a 3.4.

Two earthquake struck Edmond early Tuesday morning

But, the shaking wasn’t over!

Here are a list of the earthquakes reported throughout the day:

6:48 a.m. —Mag 2.9—28KM Nw of Fairview

12:47 p.m.—Mag 2.9—Covell and Air Depot

3:40 p.m.—Mag 3.2—I-35 between Covell and Coffee Creek

4:17 p.m.- Mag 3.0- about 2 miles NW of Langston

Officials say a section of Edmond was briefly without power due to the initial morning  earthquake.

Many Oklahomans took to social media to say they felt the quake.

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