CHEROKEE, Okla. – Many Oklahoma residents were awakened early Thursday morning by a large earthquake.
A 4.7 magnitude quake struck near Cherokee, Oklahoma around 1:42 a.m.
— USGS Earthquakes (@USGSEarthquakes) November 19, 2015
@kfor BIGGEST EARTHQUAKE I'VE EVER HEARD & FELT😳 N Council & Wilshire Area!
— Debbie Brodeur-Long (@debbie_long_1) November 19, 2015
— NWS Norman (@NWSNorman) November 19, 2015
That wasn’t the only earthquake that shook the Sooner State.
A few hours later, a 3.1 earthquake hit the same spot near Cherokee.
Then, around 6 a.m., ANOTHER earthquake struck near Cherokee. This time it was a 3.7.