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originally posted by: reldra
5.3 Km w of Cushimg OK. 6.1 is the depth.
This is a developing story.
There was a pre shock 3.1 KM ENE of Perry OK, at a depth of 5.0.
Oklahoma is the location of multiple earthquakes due to fracking almost daily, but this strength is not common.
We just out here tryna ply 2k then the tv and walls and what not start shaking... cmon Oklahoma #Earthquake
Oklahoma Problems @OklahomaProbs 21m21 minutes agoWell that was a big one. #Earthquake
@KFOR channel 4 Oklahoma
KFORVerified account @kfor 25m25 minutes agoWho felt that one??!! #quake #earthquake #kforalert
originally posted by: katfish
a reply to: alphabetaone
The walls are sound. The shelves were a heavy particle board, mounted with braces and screws. The shelves were not over full or over weighted. The screws sheared off. It was amazing. One sheared, then the rest went in a second or two. Luckily the gin did not break. It was a huge mess.
We just put up wire freestanding shelves in place of the built ins. We live on the edge of a sinkhole (a stable one....for over 40 years. So far.) The only cracks we have had in our walls was from the fracking quakes years ago.
A losing stream is amazing to see. No one knows where the water goes. It vanishes into a hole.
Since we live in a Protection District, we are asked to preserve our sinkholes and streams. It is believed that our area feeds the aquifers for a large area. St Louis gets its water from the rivers. But scientists have done the color tests on the water going into our sinks...(they dye the water, see where it ends up). It never shows up again.