4.7 Earthquake Rattles Oklahoma

    Oklahoma quake map

    Courtesy of United States Geological Survey

    A 4.7-magnitude magnitude earthquake shook central Oklahoma Saturday, the third largest ever to hit the state. The quake hit just north of Prague, Oklahoma at 2:12 a.m. At least nine aftershocks hit the same area, and could be felt in Kansas, Missouri, and Arkansas. There were no reports of injury, but there were some reports of minor damage.

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