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Earthquake felt in Tulsa Friday morning

Posted at 8:16 AM, Feb 19, 2021
and last updated 2021-02-19 11:46:13-05

TULSA, Okla. — An earthquake rattled parts of Oklahoma on Friday morning.

The USGS reports the earthquake was centered in Machester, Okla. The preliminary magnitude is a 4.5. It was later upgraded to 4.8 and then downgraded to a 4.2.

Manchester is in Grant County near the state border with Kansas.

Just two weeks ago another earthquake rattled the area when a 4.2 magnitude earthquake hit near Covington, Okla.

2 Works for You talked about the links between earthquakes and the oil and gas industry then.


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