A 5.6 magnitude earthquake has rattled the calm of Oklahoma after two smaller shakers just a few days before. The quake registered 5.6 on the Richter scale and was centered 44 miles East North East of Oklahoma City, occurring at 10:53 PM (Local time) last night. A 4.0 aftershock has also hit the area approximately 1 hour ago and was centered 35 miles East of Oklahoma City and 14 miles North of Shawnee. Both quakes were shallow at 3.1 miles deep. Widespread damage has been reported. This quake may go down as the largest in Oklahoma history.
- 5.6-mag Okla. quake rattle nerves (cbsnews.com)