Over the past 24 hours, at least seven earthquakes have rattled Oklahoma becoming the latest quakes to rattle the state this month according to geologists. According to a local affiliate, the earthquakes struck the northern and central parts of the state from 8:54 a.m. on Thursday to 5:26 a.m.
Friday, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The strongest of the quakes registered at a 3.4, which struck bout 11 miles northwest of Lindsay, records show. The area is roughly 50 miles south of Oklahoma City. Some locals that lived near the quake reported little damage and “moderate” shaking from the earthquake.
The 3.4 earthquake was one of two that struck the central part of the state in the past day, The other was a 1.8-magnitude quake nearby city of Blanchard, and the Five others, ranging from 1.2 to 2.6 magnitude, rattled north of Oklahoma City, a map shows. Two each shook the ground near the cities of Cherokee and Fairview, while another was reported near Pawnee.