KFOR phone lines lit up Friday morning with residents across Oklahoma reporting an earthquake.
According to the USGS, a 4.2 magnitude quake struck near Stroud, Oklahoma around 8:47 a.m. Friday.
We have received reports from Sulphur to Tulsa from people saying they felt it.
Shortly after the 4.2 earthquake, another earthquake was recorded in the same area.
The USGS reports a 3.8 magnitude quake struck around 9:04 a.m.
A third earthquake struck in the same area at 9:17 a.m.. USGS officials say that one was a 3.7 magnitude.
Around 9:55 a.m., a 2.7 magnitude earthquake was also recorded in Stroud.
After the quake, residents took to social media to respond.
— Emily Sutton (@emilyrsutton) July 14, 2017
— Oklahoma Co. Sheriff (@OkCountySheriff) July 14, 2017
There was definitely an earthquake!
— Christopher Campbell (@mrcleanosu) July 14, 2017
Uhhhhhh….. that earthquake was something!
— Samantha Prieb (@Sammie3086) July 14, 2017
Shake, rattle, roll! Another strong earthquake felt here in Oklahoma. Been awhile since we had one that strong.
— Josh Chesser (@OrionJchess) July 14, 2017
Idk, I feel like it has been awhile since OK had its last decent earthquake before this one.
— Matthew Gaylor (@MatthewGaylor) July 14, 2017
Had to open twitter to confirm that earthquake lol
— Tamyia. (@TamyiaKnowss) July 14, 2017
That earthquake was wild 👀
— laura ✨ (@south_bae) July 14, 2017