Two small earthquakes with 3.3 and 2.7 magnitudes rattle parts of Oklahoma

Geologists say that an earthquake of magnitude 3.3 was recorded at 11.11 a.m. It was preceded by a tremor of 2.7 degrees in the same area about 30 seconds before.

Two small earthquakes with 3.3 and 2.7 magnitudes shake parts of Oklahoma in less than a minute from each other

  • Geologists said there was a 3.3-degree earthquake in Perry, Oklahoma
  • That earthquake occurred at 11.11 a.m. and was preceded by an earthquake of 2.7 degrees of magnitude
  • The earthquakes were recorded at a depth of two miles; no injuries were reported

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Two earthquakes registered in less than one minute of each other have shaken an area of ‚Äč‚Äčnorthern Oklahoma.

The United States Geological Survey (USGS) says that each of the earthquakes was recorded on Tuesday about 16 miles west-southwest of Perry.

Geologists say that an earthquake of magnitude 3.3 that was recorded at 11.11 a. M. It was preceded by a tremor of 2.7 degrees in the same area about 30 seconds before.

Geologists say that an earthquake of magnitude 3.3 was recorded at 11.11 a.m. It was preceded by a tremor of 2.7 degrees in the same area about 30 seconds before.

Geologists say that an earthquake of magnitude 3.3 was recorded at 11.11 a.m. It was preceded by a tremor of 2.7 degrees in the same area about 30 seconds before.

The US Geological Survey UU (USGS) says that each of the earthquakes was recorded on Tuesday about 16 miles west-southwest of Perry

The US Geological Survey UU (USGS) says that each of the earthquakes was recorded on Tuesday about 16 miles west-southwest of Perry

The US Geological Survey UU (USGS) says that each of the earthquakes was recorded on Tuesday about 16 miles west-southwest of Perry

The earthquakes were recorded at a depth of approximately two miles.

No injuries or damages were reported.

Over the weekend, the USGS recorded three small earthquakes in northwest Oklahoma.

The USGS said the three occurred on Saturday about 10 miles southeast of Waynoka and about 160 kilometers northwest of Oklahoma City.

The largest was an earthquake of magnitude 3.7, with the others measured in magnitudes 3.3 and 2.4.

Geologists say that damage is not likely in earthquakes below magnitude 4.0.

Thousands of earthquakes have been recorded in Oklahoma in recent years, and many are related to the underground injection of wastewater from oil and natural gas production.

State regulators have ordered producers to close some injection wells.

Over the weekend, the USGS recorded three small earthquakes (represented in this chart on September 8) in northwestern Oklahoma

Over the weekend, the USGS recorded three small earthquakes (represented in this chart on September 8) in northwestern Oklahoma

Over the weekend, the USGS recorded three small earthquakes (represented in this chart on September 8) in northwestern Oklahoma

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