ST LOUIS (LALATE) – An Oklahoma earthquake today 2013 has struck near Oklahoma City. In fact, two Oklahoma earthquakes today June 16, 2013 have struck just east of town. No reports of damage have yet to be indicated by local news.
Officials tell news that two Oklahoma City earthquakes today began in the morning hours. First, at 3:08 am local time today, a 2.7 magnitude Oklahoma earthquake began northeast of Oklahoma City. Officials tell news that it struck with virtually no depth. It began only three miles below ground level. As a result the quake could be felt across the immediate area.
USGS indicates to news that the first Oklahoma earthquake began one mile south of Jones, two miles northwest of Choctaw, and nine miles northeast of Midwest City. Officials also tell news that the quake was fourteen miles east of Oklahoma City and eleven miles northeast of Del City.
Second, USGS reports a second quake today just a bit further east. This quake began eight miles south of Boley. The quake was twenty-five miles east of Shawnee as well. Officials report that this quake was a 2.8 magnitude with only a three mile depth. It was thirty-four miles west of Okmulgee and forty-two miles northeast of Ada. Officials also tell news that the quake was fifty-eight miles east of Oklahoma City.