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> 5.6 Magnitude OK Quake, That Makes Two!
jdrenken
post Nov 6 2011, 12:25 AM
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Here you go...

44 Miles ENE of OKC.


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post Nov 6 2011, 12:35 AM
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damage reports are starting to come it.


Lincoln County Emergency Management is reporting significant damage in the southern parts of the county. In some cases chimneys have collapsed through the roofs of homes. Air conditioning ducts collapsed through the ceiling at the Prague library.

Several roadways have buckled, including Highway 62 near County Road 3470 and other county roads.

There has been no word on any injuries reported.



http://www.kjrh.com/dpp/news/local_news/st...attles-oklahoma
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post Nov 6 2011, 12:58 AM
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Here are the farthest reports so far...

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TN Memphis 38117 1 1 624 35.12N 89.91W
IN Reelsville 46171 4 1 968 39.53N 86.96W
IN Indianapolis 46237 2 1 1045 39.67N 86.08W
IN Evansville 47715 2 1 868 37.98N 87.48W
IA West des Moines 50266 2 1 710 41.57N 93.79W
IA Iowa City 52246 2 1 807 41.65N 91.61W
IA Davenport 52807 3 2 856 41.58N 90.54W
WI Milwaukee 53203 2 1 1123 43.04N 87.92W
WI Milwaukee 53204 3 1 1121 43.02N 87.93W
WI Madison 53704 3 1 1049 43.12N 89.38W
IL Arlington Heights 60004 3 1 1050 42.11N 87.98W
IL South Elgin 60177 2 1 1020 41.99N 88.31W
IL Wheaton 60187 3 1 1022 41.85N 88.12W
IL Schaumburg 60195 2 2 1039 42.07N 88.10W
IL Evanston 60201 3 1 1063 42.06N 87.70W
IL Evanston 60202 2 1 1062 42.03N 87.69W
IL Downers Grove 60515 3 1 1025 41.81N 88.02W
IL Chicago 60607 2 1 1054 41.87N 87.65W
IL Chicago 60640 2 1 1060 41.97N 87.66W
IL Chicago 60645 3 1 1060 42.01N 87.69W


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post Nov 6 2011, 07:11 PM
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From WFO Norman, radar images of before, during, and after the earthquake, with bird and insect flight detected by radar! Make sure you are on the "Special Topic" tab at the link below.
http://www.srh.noaa.gov/graphicastNew.php?site=oun&gc=3
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post Nov 7 2011, 05:38 PM
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Here's a link to some photos of damage at St. Gregory's University...can't believe those turrets are so cracked and yet not destroyed...

http://www.stgregorys.edu/html/main_news_details.php?id=266
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