Payne county, Oklahoma – People near the town of Perry, Oklahoma felt a jolt late Thursday afternoon.
A 3.6 magnitude earthquake struck just before 4:30 p.m. Its epicenter was located 12 miles west of Perry, 21 miles east, southeast of Enid, and 27 miles north of Guthrie.
It was about two and a half miles deep.
Then around 4:34 p.m., a 3.0 magnitude earthquake shook just three miles north of Stillwater, Oklahoma. It was followed by an aftershock.
Later Thursday evening, another 3.0 magnitude earthquake was recorded five miles north, northwest of Perry.
Residents have been on edge since the now 5.8 Pawnee earthquake.
At this time, there are no reported damages or injuries as a result of any of these earthquakes.