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More Earthquakes Shake Oklahoma

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It has been a busy Saturday for seismologist  in Oklahoma. There have numerous earthquakes across the north central region of the state. The strongest was a 4.5. It happened just after 5 p.m. on Saturday. It was half-way between Cushing and Ripley in Payne County. It was felt over a wide area, including here in Tulsa.

Early this morning, people were rolled out of bed this morning by a strong earthquake in Medford in Grant County. That quake hit at 4:20 Saturday morning. The epicenter was a 11-miles to the southwest of Medford. The quake was nearly four miles deep.

Following the quake, there have been numerous smaller quakes in the 3-point range. Some items have been reported knocked off shelves and picture frames made crooked, but no major damage has been reported