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Earthquake Near Chickasha Shakes Northern Texoma

At 6:23pm CT on Wednesday, June 26, 2013 a small temblor shook northern Texoma.
At this time there is no reports of damage from the small earthquake that shook northern Texoma on Wednesday evening.

The quake was epicentered nine miles easte-southeast of Chickasha, Oklahoma or 35 miles south-southwest of Oklahoma City.

The quake occurred at about a depth of 5.5 miles below the surface of the earth.

According to the United States Geological Survey (USGS) only one person reported feeling the quake in and near the epicenter.  But considering the magnitude of 2.8 this isn't surprising.  The USGS gives this quake a "Did You Feel It (DYFI)" rating of III.  This is on the low end of shaking that can be felt by residents usually only very near the epicenter.  The scale of the DYFI range from I all the way up to X+.  The USGS rates a III shaking as "weak" with "no damage" associated with the quake.

For more information or if you would like to report feeling the quake go to the link by clicking on this sentence.

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There is no known fault in the vicinity of the epicenter of this quake.

KFDX Meteorologist Bryan Rupp.
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