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Oklahoma City earthquake, earthquake in oklahoma today
As per the United States Geological Survey, the earthquake which occured at 9:18 AM, had an epicentre three miles underground and could be felt as far as 60 miles away. Many people in downtown Oklahoma city and Tulsa could feel the earthquake.
AN EARTHQUAKE struck the town of Jones in Central Oklahoma on Friday morning. The Oklahoma earthquake, with an epicentre located three miles northeast of Jones, had a magnitude of 4.0 on the Richter scale.
 
As per the United States Geological Survey, the earthquake which occured at 9:18 AM, had an epicentre three miles underground and could be felt as far as 60 miles away. Many people in downtown Oklahoma city and Tulsa could feel the rumble of this earthquake. No damage or injuries occurred.
 
Tammy Starks, a resident said,"I work at Roosevelt Elementary. And I was sitting at my desk and I felt my chair moving around and thought nothing. Until I read on the Internet that we had the after effects of the earthquake. I was amazed. I told my co-workers and they laughed until they looked on NewsOn6.com," said Tammy Starks.
 
This has been the third earthquake this week in Oklahoma. On Thursday morning, an earthquake of 2.8 magnitude occurred near Logan County and on Monday, there had a 3.3 magnitude earthquake near Jones.
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