OKLAHOMA CITY – A 4.2 Magnitude earthquake hit Oklahoma Tuesday morning, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
The quake’s epicenter was near Guthrie, just over 30 miles north of Oklahoma City and was felt for miles.
Our sister stations in Oklahoma City, KFOR-TV and KAUT, were live on air when the tremor hit, as you can see in the video above.
Meteorologist Emily Sutton and anchor Lacey Lett had pretty good reactions.
No one was seriously injured.
There’s the moment you realize you’re experiencing an earthquake.
The obligatory shaking lights shot.
Selfie? Or just taking a photo? The world may never know.
And here’s how we all react to an earthquake.
Los Angeles and Oklahoma. 1,300 miles apart but not that different.