ST LOUIS (LALATE) – An Oklahoma earthquake today 2013 has struck Oklahoma City, Edmond and Choctaw. Multiple Oklahoma earthquakes today November 2, 2013 have struck in the predawn morning hours. Damage assessment is pending.
Officials tell news that a 3.7 magnitude Oklahoma earthquake today began just after 4:36 AM local time. The quake posted a nominal depth. USGS indicates to news that the quake was only three miles below the earth’s surface. As a result the quake could be felt across the immediate region.
Officials also indicate to news that a 2.7 magnitude Oklahoma earthquake started thereafter just after 7:04 AM local time. The quake had virtually the same epicenter. It started roughly three miles below the earth’s surface.
USGS indicates to news that the Oklahoma earthquakes have struck roughly five miles northwest of Jones. They were about seven miles east of Edmond and nine miles west of Choctaw. They bean eleven miles northwest of Midwest City and thirteen miles northeast of Oklahoma City.
The same region has been producing a series of quakes in recent months. In June another quake began at the same epicenter. That Oklahoma earthquake began one mile south of Jones, two miles northwest of Choctaw, and nine miles northeast of Midwest City. Officials also told news at the time that the quake was fourteen miles east of Oklahoma City and eleven miles northeast of Del City.