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USGS confirms 4.0 earthquake in Oklahoma

JONES, OK (KFOR-TV) -- Oklahoma has sustained an earthquake felt all over the eastern side of the state.  The KFOR newsroom has been flooded with calls from Choctaw, Harrah, Edmond, Luther, Midwest City, Ada, Kingfisher to even the North side of Oklahoma City.

Ashley McAfee with Crutcho Public Schools said books were knocked off shelves. She said the students are okay and there was no major damage.

Chief Brandon Clabes of the Midwest City Police Dept., said they felt two tremors that rattled doors at the police station.

Oklahoma geological survey states the first quake is being classified as 4.0 on the scale with epicenter located three miles northeast of Jones; the second is reported as a 3.8.

Viewers say it felt like a first smaller shake and then a much larger rumble shaking houses.

No injuries have been reported.

If you have information, please contact the Oklahoma Geological Survery.

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