November 5, 2011
The USGS map of Oklahoma pinpoints the location of a 5.6-magnitude earthquake that occurred at 10:53 p.m. CDT Saturday.
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Oklahomans more accustomed to tornadoes than earthquakes suffered through a weekend of temblors that cracked buildings, buckled a highway and rattled nerves. One quake late Saturday was the state’s strongest ever and jolted a college football stadium 50 miles away and was followed early Sunday by a jarring aftershock.