Oklahoma residents take to social media to report earthquake

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Well that was a big one!

Oklahoma residents may have felt the earth move Monday afternoon.

An initial report from USGS shows a 4.5 magnitude earthquake near Crescent shook Oklahoma around 1:12 p.m.

Another 4.5 quake came from Crescent at 8:27 p.m., according to USGS.

Here is video of some of the damage the quakes caused in Crescent.

Data pix.

That wasn't the only earthquake reported in Crescent today.

A 4.0 quake was also recorded around 12:49 p.m.

After the 4.5 magnitude quake, Oklahomans took to social media.

https://twitter.com/Sambora_Wanted/status/625731265703112704

https://twitter.com/pcheater/status/625731392001814530

https://twitter.com/MlbMohala/status/625731400541450241

https://twitter.com/zacksitton/status/625731620457222144

https://twitter.com/EmilytheAuntie/status/625732172192743424

https://twitter.com/kpsander/status/625733246311993345

So far, we have people reporting the quake as far as Tulsa.

 

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