OK continues to shake, rattle, roll

Following record earthquake in early November, dozens of aftershocks have been felt

OKLAHOMA CITY (UPI) | November 27, 2011


Sunday morning's aftershock rattled nerves across central Oklahoma.
Credit: USGS

The U.S. Geological Survey reported two light earthquakes in eastern Oklahoma Sunday morning.

A 3.2-magnitude earthquake hit near Wellston about 6 a.m. after a 2.1 magnitude quake struck near Gerty at 2:30 a.m., The Oklahoman newspaper in Oklahoma City reported.

Three small quakes, with magnitudes of 3.3, 2.7 and 3.1, were reported near Shawnee Friday, the Oklahoma Geological Survey said.

The area has recently been rattled by seismic activity, including the largest recorded earthquake in Oklahoma's history, a 5.6 temblor Nov. 5.

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