4.2 Magnitude Earthquake Shakes Northeast Oklahoma



OTOE, Okla. – A 4.2 magnitude earthquake shook northeast Oklahoma on Monday night.
The earthquake rattled just before 10:30 p.m. in Otoe, near Stillwater. Some said they also felt it in Tulsa.
A second, 2.8 magnitude, was reported shortly after in the same area.
The state had another two quakes earlier Monday.
The first was a 2.9 overnight in Horntown, near McAlester. The other was a 2.8 during the evening in Carmen, near Enid.




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