A strong earthquake hit Oklahoma on Sunday evening and was felt all across the region.
The epicenter of the earthquake occurred near the town of Cushing, Oklahoma, located about 54 miles northeast of Oklahoma City.
The 5.3 magnitude earthquake is one of the strongest ever recorded in the state. If the preliminary rating holds, it was be ranked as the fourth strongest ever recorded in Oklahoma.
There have been reports of damage near the epicenter of the earthquake, but there have not been any immediate reports of injuries.
Damage in Cushing. pic.twitter.com/h5HoUBRZpW— Kevin Stump (@StumpStumpStump) November 7, 2016
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