4.2 magnitude natural disaster jolts Oklahomans

  • 4.2 magnitude natural disaster jolts Oklahomans

4.2 magnitude natural disaster jolts Oklahomans

The second quake was recorded about 7 1/2 miles north-northwest of Stroud at a depth of about 4 1/2 miles.

A 4.2 magnitude natural disaster hit Stroud, Oklahoma on Friday morning, sending aftershocks rumbling throughout the region. According to the USGS website, a number of reports had been submitted from around the Wichita metropolitan area.

There have been no reports of injuries or damage.

An natural disaster was felt across the state Friday morning.

The Oklahoma Corporation Commission said its induced seismicity department and the Oklahoma Geological Survey are investigating the quakes. About 15 minutes later, a second 3.8 magnitude natural disaster was recorded in the same area.

It's the third quake with a magnitude of 4.0 or greater in the state this year, according to the advisory.