A earthquake rattled overnight in northern Oklahoma, the U.S. Geological Survey reported.
The 3.3-magnitude earthquake was reported at midnight Wednesday. Its epicenter was about three miles west of Marshall, 20 miles southeast of Enid, 23 miles northwest of Guthrie and 48 miles north of Oklahoma City.
The quake was more than three miles deep.
No immediate reports of damage or injury were reported.
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