Second earthquake in 24 hours rattles parts of Oklahoma

Parts of Oklahoma were rattled by a 4.1 magnitude earthquake early Monday morning.

The earthquake struck at 2:25am and was centered near Crescent, in Logan County. It was felt as far away as the Tulsa metro.

It came less than 12 hours after an earthquake of a similar strength struck in the same area.

The first quake hit Sunday at 6:28pm, also centered near Crescent.

No damage was reported with either tremor.

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