According to the United States Geological Survey, a 4.4 magnitude earthquake occurred Friday afternoon near Medford, Oklahoma.
The agency says the shake happened at 3:33 p.m., and many throughout parts of Kansas are reporting they felt the quake. Even some people in Kansas City are saying they felt a small shake.
Medford is just under 2 hours north of Oklahoma City and a little less than an hour and a half south of Wichita.
No damage has been reported at this time, according to FOX4’s sister station KFOR.
— NWS Wichita (@NWSWichita) May 17, 2019
— Elizabeth Alex (@ElizabethMAlex) May 17, 2019
Did you feel the #Earthquake? We're getting reports around the metro and even here in the newsroom that people felt a little bit of a shake just a few minutes ago! The preliminary reports from the USGS is a 4.4 magnitude centered in northern OK. #ksquake #moquake #okquake pic.twitter.com/JhKeB4sSrG
— Garry Frank (@GFrankTV) May 17, 2019