Earthquakes Like The One In Oklahoma Could Be Humans' Fault
The state has seen a major increase in the past few years of quakes with a magnitude of 3 or higher.By Lauren Stephenson | September 3, 2016
A preliminary 5.6 magnitude earthquake rattled Oklahoma and several other states on Saturday morning.
The center was believed to be northwest of Pawnee, Oklahoma, about 55 miles from Tulsa. People as far north as Fargo, North Dakota, and as far south as San Antonio, Texas, said they felt it.