ST LOUIS (LALATE) – An Oklahoma City earthquake today 2012 was felt in sections of Texas. The Oklahoma earthquake today Wednesday, June 13, 2012 struck shortly after midnight. No reports of injuries have yet to be indicated by local news.
Shortly before 1:30 am local time today, a moderate 3.3 magnitude earthquake struck Oklahoma. USGS indicates to news that the Oklahoma quake had virtually no depth. As a result, the quake could be felt across the region. The temblor struck only three miles below the earth’s surface, USGS details to news.
The quake struck closest to Jones, Oklahoma. The quake was two miles southeast of Jones, USGS indicates to news. The quake was also four miles north of Choctaw, and five miles northeast of Nicoma Park. USGS also report news to the quake was sixteen miles north east of Oklahoma City and one hundred ninety miles from Dallas, Texas. No reports of damage have yet to be reported by local news.
USGS mapping also puts the quake just south of interstate 44, north of interstate 40, and southeast of interstate 35. The quake was east of El Reno, Clinton and Elk City, south Perry and Enid, and north of Sherman, Paris, and Hugo.