Tulsa Earthquake

October 13, 2010 by USA Post 

Tulsa Earthquake, The United States Geological Survey reported a small earthquake that struck Oklahoma, shortly after 9 o’clock

Center of the earthquake was estimated at about six miles east of Norman, Oklahoma, south of Oklahoma City and near the south shore of Lake Thunderbird.

The earthquake was measured at about 4.3 Moment Magnitude Scale.

Two people were reported to suffer injuries from the earthquake.

A man fell from a ladder and is already in good shape, according to Emergency Medical Services Authority spokeswoman Lara O’Leary. The incident in detail to others is still unknown, but is in good condition, too.

Damage from the earthquake is mostly on reports of windows broken by the Oklahoma Emergency Management.

In the Tulsa area, no reports of damage were received by the torrents of phone calls and emails went to the newsroom KJRH moments after the quake.

One resident, Daniel Stines, shared her experience through its New Share Tool 2 on his mobile phone. He said, “My bed shook for 3 seconds and the doors and shook the image too. He felt foolish. I’ve been on this earth for 31 years and this is my first earthquake.”

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