ST LOUIS (LALATE) – An Oklahoma earthquake today 2014 has struck Langston. A 3.7 magnitude Oklahoma earthquake today 2014 struck late today. It followed a 3.5 hitting Cherokee and a 3.2 one hitting Chandler today January 4, 2014 as well.
Officials tell news that a 3.7 magnitude Oklahoma earthquake struck late today at 4:17 pm local time. The quake posted a nominal depth. USGS indicates to news that the quake started only three miles below ground level. As a result the quake could be felt across the region.
USGS reports to news that the Oklahoma earthquake started eleven miles north of Langston. It was fourteen miles west of Stillwater and sixteen miles north of Guthrie. The quake was thirty-three miles north of Edmond and forty-five miles northeast of Oklahoma City.
Several quakes have been hitting the region in the last year. In January 2013 a comparable quake began five miles north west of Jones. The quake was six miles east of Edmond and nine miles northwest of Choctaw. USGS also told news that the quake was eleven miles north of Midwest City.
In April a 3.5 magnitude quake hit east of Oklahoma City. The quake was south of Perry and Ponca City, west of Sand Springs and Tulsa. The quake was also east of El Reno and Clinton, USGS told news.