4.2 magnitude quake jolts Oklahomans

4.2 magnitude quake jolts Oklahomans

4.2 magnitude quake jolts Oklahomans

A pair of earthquakes in central Oklahoma Friday morning reportedly shook people in southern Kansas.

People living in Fayetteville, Rogers, Farmington, Bella Vista and Mulberry, Arkansas felt the natural disaster, according to reports logged by the U.S.G.S.

This was followed by quakes with preliminary magnitudes of 3.8 and 3.7, as well as smaller ones of 2.9 and two of 2.7.

There were no immediate reports of damage or injuries.

An quake was felt across the state Friday morning.

National Geographic reported that the state typically had three or fewer earthquakes annually prior to 2009, when that number jumped to 20, rising to 579 in 2014 and 903 in 2015.

According to the USGS, a 4.2 magnitude quake struck near Stroud, Oklahoma around 8:47 a.m. Friday.

Oklahoma experienced its largest-ever recorded natural disaster in September, a 5.8-magnitude temblor centered in Pawnee.

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