(NEW YORK) -- A magniture 4.5 earthquake shook parts of Oklahoma Wednesday morning. The epicenter was six miles east of Norman and the quake was felt more than a hundred miles away, in Tulsa.
Emergency responders asked people not to call 911 unless they are injured or have serious damage to report. There are minimal damage reports and no reports of injuries, but people in surrounding communities reported in to ABC Oklahoma City affiliate KOCO-TV that the quake was pretty strong. One person in Tecumseh said it felt like the entire house was on top of a washing machine on the spin cycle.
Earthquakes are considered fairly common in central Oklahoma.
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