A 4.4 magnitude earthquake was recorded near Langston, Oklahoma, Monday morning.
According to the U.S. Geological Survey, this earthquake was recorded at 10:57 a.m. Its epicenter was located four miles west of Langston, five miles northeast of Guthrie, 19 miles southwest of Stillwater, and 20 miles north, northeast of Edmond.
It was about three miles deep.
Many News 9 viewers reported feeling this earthquake.
Jamie Ashpaugh: Felt way bigger than 4.4.. Knocked our big screen off our dresser and everything out of our cabinets..that's not happened with any previous quakes..eek! We are on west side of Guthrie
Brandy Waugh: I felt it in Little Axe/Norman off of 192nd 4 miles south of hwy 9
Kellee Kruschik: Yes felt way stronger than 4.4 on west of Guthrie shook stuff off my walls
Robert Renaker: House alarms are going off in Guthrie I'm hearing. I Live by Guthrie lake was thinking my house was going down. I think someone said stuff was falling off Wal-Mart store's shelves
Rachael Arstingstall: Felt in Edmond at Coffee Creek & Kelly.
Another 3.4 magnitude earthquake was recorded at 11:35 a.m., five miles northeast of Guthrie and 19 miles southwest of Stillwater. It was also about three miles deep.