A small earthquake shook up residents in Logan County Thursday afternoon.
According to USGS, the 3.2 magnitude quake struck at approximately 3:05 p.m. Its epicenter was located just seven miles south, southeast of Marshall, eight miles north of Crescent and 40 miles north of Oklahoma City.
It was a little over three feet deep.
At this time, there are no reported injuries or damages associated with this earthquake.
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