Quake rocks parts of Oklahoma, Texas and the Plains Saturday morning
PAWNEE, Oklahoma - A 5.6-magnitude earthquake was reported Saturday morning in this rural Oklahoma town along I-35.
The quake was recorded just after 7 a.m. People reported feeling shakes as far away as Dallas, Texas, Kansas City and North Dakota.
The quake's center was just outside Pawnee, which is almost 100 miles northeast of Oklahoma City and northwest of Tulsa.
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