Earthquake In Norman

October 13, 2010 by staff 

Earthquake In Norman, An earthquake that shook the Norman, Oklahoma, and Wednesday morning was felt in parts of Kansas.

Rick Miller, Kansas Geological Survey said they received numerous calls from area residents of Wichita and Pittsburg.

The earthquake, which measured 4.5 on the Richter scale, hit about 9:10

A woman in LaCyne, Kansas, who asked not to be identified, told KMBC that she was talking on the phone with a friend and his friend noticed the shaking.

“The friend I was talking to his family said he felt, and it was like the house was jiggling, swinging a light suspended, (it) kind of felt like someone jumping up and low but by the rock throughout the house, a sort of rocking motion, said the woman.

Milloway Virginia said she was at work in Kansas City, Kan., where she felt the building shake.

“I was sitting in my desk, my chair and began to tremble, and I looked at my factory and it was shaking too. I asked my colleague if he felt the same thing and he said ‘ Yes, “said Milloway.

Milloway said she made some calls around the building and found others who had similar experiences.

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