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SHAKE 4.7 Earthquake Rattles Oklahoma Courtesy of United States Geological Survey

4.7 Earthquake Rattles Oklahoma

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.

November 5, 2011 4:24 PM