November 5, 2011 by staff
The U.S. Geological Survey reports a 4.7 magnitude earthquake struck about 20 miles northeast of Shawnee at 2:12 am on Saturday. The epicenter was located 6 kilometers north of Prague, 7 miles east-southeast of Sparks, and 47 miles east of Oklahoma City. The earthquake was only 3 miles deep.
A second earthquake or tremor first occurred at 2:27 am and is registered as a magnitude 3.4. This earthquake was located in the same area, 20 miles northeast of Shawnee, 41 miles east of Okmulgee, 42 miles south-southeast of Stillwater, and 46 miles east of Oklahoma City.
The second quake occurred at 2:44 am and registered at 2.7. This replica is located 4 miles west of Prague, 8 miles east of Meeker, 14 miles northeast of Shawnee, and 44 miles east of Oklahoma City.
A replica of the third register in the magnitude 2.7 occurred at 2:50 am 5 miles southeast of Reno, 7 miles northwest of Prague, 44 miles east of Oklahoma City.
At 4:12 a.m. a quake of magnitude 3.3 quarts record was reported two miles southeast of Sparks, 8 miles south of Davenport, 19 miles north-northeast of Shawnee, and 43 miles east of the city of Oklahoma.
However, another earthquake at 6:24 am The 3.3-magnitude aftershock fifth record was located 15 kilometers northeast of Shawnee, 41 miles east of Oklahoma City.
The reports are reaching people across Oklahoma says she felt the first earthquake. There are even reports that he feels in Kansas and northern Texas.
Some minor property damage was reported but no injuries.
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