ST LOUIS (LALATE) – A series of Oklahoma earthquakes today continue to rock the region. Oklahoma has experienced six earthquakes since midnight last night. The most recent Oklahoma earthquake today November 5, 2011 happened moments ago at 9:36 AM local time.
USGS reports to news that the strongest Oklahoma earthquake today was the first of six quakes that struck the region. At 2:12 am, a 4.7 magnitude quake struck Oklahoma. It registered almost no depth USGS reports to news. As a sesult, the quake was felt across a wide region.
The first quake was twenty miles from Shawnee, forty-one miles from Okmulgee and Stillwater, and roughly forty-six miles east of Oklahoma City.
Less than ten minutes later, a 3.4 magnitude quake struck Oklahoma. USGS reports to news that the second quake had the same epicenter and depth. Roughly two hours later, at 4:12 am, a third quake struck of 3.3 magnitude. UGS indicates to news that this quake was of the same depth and same epicenter.
All the quakes were centered north of Interstate 40, south of Interstate 44. The quakes were south of Stillwater, Cushing Stroud and Bristow. They were west of Boley Okemath, and Wetumka. They were also north east of Norman, Noble and Purcell.
Two hours later, a fourth quake struck of 3.3 magnitude. It’s registered a slightly larger depth. Then a 8:42, two final quakes began. A fifth quake registered 3.4 magnitude. Then less than a hour later, a 3.6 magnitude quake followed.
No reports of injuries have been detailed by local news.