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.
— USGS (@USGS) July 27, 2015
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.
Wow big earthquake @kfor
— Tyler Davis (@TylerLDavis) July 27, 2015
@kfor BIGGEST EARTHQUAKE EVER..NW OKC! HOUSE SHOOK HARD & LASTED TOO LONG! Head felt like it was gonna explode😁
— Debbie Brodeur-Long (@debbie_long_1) July 27, 2015
@kfor real strong in tonkawa. Lasted 10-20 seconds
— Derek Sinor (@onlythestrong75) July 27, 2015
— Bill Jones (@Bill25689Bj) July 27, 2015
— Landon (@Vynemaeda) July 27, 2015
We sure did! Over off Wilshire & Western! https://t.co/iOT6m6jmSK
— Keep OK Beautiful (@keepOKbeautiful) July 27, 2015
@KFOR Mustang area just hit by small earth quake. Table was moving and water bottle shaking. Yikes...
— nomoreamnesty (@nomoreamnesty) July 27, 2015
— Jeff Lara (@Jeff_Lara) July 27, 2015
@kfor Very much felt it in Weatherford!!!
— Christi Su Brown (@christisubrown) July 27, 2015
— Schroeder (@BigEye_26) July 27, 2015
@kfor Felt it strong in Midtown!
— Nicole Lee (@okgrrl) July 27, 2015
@kfor YAASSSS Tulsa, OK felt that one!
— Desi Wright (@desisuewright) July 27, 2015
@kfor felt it in Tulsa shook a long time
— Cindy Dees (@CindyDees1) July 27, 2015
@kfor felt it @ 164th and Choctaw rd
— Bryan Sparkman (@bsparky28) July 27, 2015
@kfor rattled cabinets in Surrey Hills NW OKC
— Deb Greenmyer (@deb_deb4285) July 27, 2015
@kfor felt it pretty good in El Reno!
— Todd Newton (@ToddAugust) July 27, 2015
@kfor I felt that one this time! MacArthur and NW Expressway
— Tim Guerra ✝️ (@Timmay70) July 27, 2015
@kfor We did! In downtown OKC!
— NewView Oklahoma (@NewViewOK) July 27, 2015
@kfor Felt it in Ponca City. Rumbled maybe 10-15 seconds.
— Rob Wright (@poncarob) July 27, 2015
So far, we have people reporting the quake as far as Tulsa.