A 3.5 magnitude earthquake was reported Thursday morning in Major County, in northwest Oklahoma, the U.S.Geological Survey reported.
The earthquake struck at approximately 11:37 a.m. The epicenter was 12 miles south of Waynoka, 18 miles west of Cleo Springs and 96 miles northwest of Oklahoma City. The earthquake was more than 3 miles deep.
A second earthquake was recorded in the same county at approximately 12:54. The 3.3 magnitude earthquake was nearly 5 miles in depth.
No injuries or damages have been reported from either earthquake.
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