CENTRAHOMA, Oklahoma -- A 3.2 magnitude earthquake shook southeastern Oklahoma this morning.
The United States Geological Survey reports quake happened at 4:23 a.m. near Centrahoma, about 30 miles southeast of Ada. Read the USGS report.
It's the third earthquake in Oklahoma in the past week.
A 3.4 magnitude earthquake shook Grady County on Jan. 28 and a 2.4 magnitude quake was reported in Lincoln County on Jan. 29.
Did you feel the earthquake? The Oklahoma Geological Survey wants to hear from you. You can fill out this form on their Web site.