USGS Confirms 3.7 Magnitude Earthquake in Oklahoma

Quinton, OK (KFSM) — The United States Geological Survey is confirming that just after 4 A.M. on Sunday (August 18), a magnitude 3.7 earthquake shook the ground around Oklahoma and other surrounding areas.

The earthquake occurred about one mile north of Quinton, Oklahoma in Pittsburg County.

There have been no reported injuries or reports of damage at this time.

Scientists are continuing to track aftershocks in the coming weeks. More than a dozen quakes were tracked by the Oklahoma Geological Survey west of Kingfisher in late July.

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