An earthquake of magnitude 5.6 hit the
U.S. state of Oklahoma on Saturday, the United States Geological
It said the quake struck 15 km (10 miles) northwest of
Pawnee in the north of the state and was 6.6 km deep.
There were no immediate reports of any damage or casualties.
(Writing by Gareth Jones)
USGS Ntl Equake Info Cntr has determined an preliminary magnitude of 5.6, 14 Km NW of Pawnee @ 7:02 am. Aftershocks may occur. #earthquake— USGS in Oklahoma (@USGS_Oklahoma) September 3, 2016
Getting reports of the #earthquake being felt as far south as Austin, TX and as far north as Omaha, NE & Des Moines, IA. That's ~750 miles!— Brian James (@BrianJamesNBC5) September 3, 2016