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Earthquake Felt in Texoma

Update:

An earthquake was felt in Wichita Falls and many surrounding community slightly before 11pm Saturday. The U.S. Geological Survey says a 5.6 magnitude quake struck in Lincoln County Oklahoma, 45 to 50 miles east of Oklahoma City. No damage was reported locally, just lots of shakes and rumbles. Stay tuned to Newschannel 6 at 5:30 & 10pm on Sunday for the latest update. Be sure to share your story online too on our Newschannel 6 Facebook page.

If you felt a shake very early this morning, you weren't dreaming it up. Officials say that's because three earthquakes were reported in Oklahoma. The U.S. Geological Survey says a 4.7 magnitude quake struck at 2:12 a.m. in southern Lincoln County, that's about 50 miles east of Oklahoma City. Two other aftershocks were reported not long after from the same location. Officials report the quakes could be felt as far away as Kansas, Missouri, Arkansas, and some Texomans in Wichita Falls and the surrounding area reported feeling a rumble.

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