Earth-Shattering News: Massive 5.1 Quake Hits Cozy Town Near Oklahoma City! Are You in the Danger Zone? Stay Tuned for Jaw-Dropping Updates!

Oklahoma Earthquake

Hey there folks, Last night, a preliminary magnitude 5.1 earthquake gave a bit of a jolt to the area east of Oklahoma City, followed by a couple of smaller tremors, as reported by the US Geological Survey. The main quake rumbled in at 11:24 p.m. local time, setting its epicenter about 5 miles northwest of Prague, Oklahoma, and roughly 42 miles away from Oklahoma City. Prague, a cozy town with about 2,000 residents, found itself at the heart of the seismic action. Reports from the USGS shared that the shaking was felt across a significant part of the state, stretching all the way to Oklahoma City and Tulsa. Surprisingly, the quake’s impact even reached Wichita, Kansas. Shortly after the main event, there were a couple of smaller quakes in the same area, measuring magnitudes 2.6 and 3.5, according to the USGS. As of now, details about any impacts from these earthquakes are not immediately available. It’s worth noting that earthquakes east of the Rocky Mountains tend to be felt over a much larger area compared to quakes of similar magnitude in the western US. The geological survey mentions that “East of the Rockies, an earthquake can be felt over an area more than ten times larger than a similar magnitude earthquake on the west coast.” This story is still developing, and we’ll keep you posted with any updates. Stay safe!

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