NOV. 5, 2011 - Authorities say three earthquakes that have shaken much of central Oklahoma could be felt as far away as Kansas, Missouri and Arkansas.
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Tulsa - Multiple mild earthquakes struck central Oklahoma early Tuesday morning, according to The U.S. Geological Survey.
Four earthquakes, ranging from magnitude 3.0 to magnitude 4.3, began registering at 1:45 a.m. northeast of Oklahoma City. The first, a 3.0, was centered three miles west-southwest of Chandler in Lincoln County.
The second, a 4.3, registered at 1:56 a.m., and was centered northeast of Luther in Oklahoma County. A 3.3 quake registered west of Luther at 2:16 a.m.
At 2:15 a.m., a 2.8 magnitude earthquake was reported northwest of Boley in Okfuskee County.
There are no immediate reports of damage in the area.
People in Tulsa, and as far north as Wichita reported feeling the ground shaking during the quakes.
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