4.3 Magnitude Earthquake Causes Damage, Power Outage Near Edmond, Oklahoma

4.3 Magnitude Earthquake Causes Damage, Power Outage Near Edmond, Oklahoma

EDMOND, Oklahoma – The U.S. Geological Survey reported a 4.3 magnitude earthquake centered near Edmond, Oklahoma.

This earthquake was recorded at 5:39 a.m. Tuesday, four miles east, northeast of Edmond, and 13 miles south of Guthrie.It was about four miles deep.

The quake was followed by a 3.4 magnitude aftershock, centered in the same area.

Many residents near the epicenter reported property damage. The city of Edmond said about 4,400 customers lost power immediately following the earthquake.

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