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Quake shakes Midwest City

MIDWEST CITY, OK-- An earthquake with an estimated magnitude of 3.0 was felt in Midwest City early Monday afternoon.

No injuries are reported.

Geophysicist Jim Lawson with the Oklahoma Geological Survey says he's still working to determine the exact magnitude and epicenter. He says it appears the quake was centered northwest of Midwest City.

The quake comes after four small earthquakes were recorded Sunday morning just northwest of Moore. Those quakes measured between 1.5 and 1.9 in magnitude.

Lawson is asking the public who felt the earthquake to report it on the Geological Survey's Web site.

(With help from Sally Allen, NewsOK.)

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