Last Updated: Tuesday, April 3, 2012

M 4.0 Earthquake In Oklahoma

Disaster Report: M 4.0 light earthquake has been reported in eastern Oklahoma this Tuesday. No damages or injuries reported.

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A magnitude 4.0 earthquake hit Oklahoma this
Tuesday, according to the U.S. Geological Survey
Original Post: Natural Disasters List April 3, 2012
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Another magnitude 1.4 minor earthquake recorded after six hours in Oklahoma county. It was at 8.1 km depth.

M 4.0 light earthquake shakes eastern Oklahoma this Tuesday, the U.S. Geological Survey reported.

According ot the U.S. Geological Survey, the quake was centered in the town of Pittsburg, about 27 km (16 miles) SSW of McAlester and 176 km (109 miles) ESE of Oklahoma City. It was 3.0 miles deep.

About 37,000 people felt light shaking of MMI IV.  People of Krebs, McAlester and Hartsho experienced light shaking of MMI IV. Weak shaking of MMI II-III was experienced by the people of Coalgate, Atoka, Antlers, Shawnee, Paris, Sherman, Muskogee and Fort Smith.

There were no immediate reports of damage or injuries.
07:33 UTC (local time Tuesday, April 03, 2012 at 02:33 AM @ epicenter)
Epicenter location
27 km SSW of McAlester, Oklahoma
78 km E of Ada, Oklahoma
176 km ESE of OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklahoma
230 km NNE of Dallas, Texas

Felt reports as received by "disaster-report"
Dale Scott from 1 mile south of wilburton, Ok: At 2:34 am Tuesday morning, Just laid down for bed and felt a light shaking of my home for about 1.5 seconds. Second quake felt in 6 months.
Jerry Rider from Eufaula, OK: The other Quakes shook my house from side to side. This latest one was more like a vibration. Maybe because I was closer to the epicenter. I'm not sure why.
Charlie Rowland from Center of Town of Pittsburg, OK: Awoke to a low rumble and light shaking which gradually increased to a moderate to strong shaking and louder rumble and then a loud crash, almost like a vehicle hitting a house or two railroad cars banging together extra fast. Then it gradually decreased to nothing. It seemed to last for an extended time but was probably actually only several seconds.

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