Earthquakes near Spencer Oklahoma measuring up to 3.3 on Richter Scale

 

Earthquake tremors in Oklahoma

The ground in the state continues to rumble as a new round of earthquakes shake up central Oklahoma on Sunday.

The most recent earthquake struck just before 8 p.m. three miles north of the town of Spencer, Okla., 11 miles northeast of the OKC metro. It weighed in at 3.3 on the Richter Scale, and was recorded at a depth of just over four miles.

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The Oklahoma Geological Survey recorded 16 earthquakes centered around Edmond, Jones and Spencer early Saturday morning. At least five more have hit since then.

11/2/2013 Related Story: Oklahoma Geological Survey Records 16 Quakes Around OKC

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Posted by Sandra Crosnoe for OKGrassroots

 

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