|Updated: 11/06/2011 3:39 pm
||Published: 11/05/2011 11:05 pm
Update: As of 3:30pm Sunday there had been at least 14 aftershocks recorded by USGS, following Saturday night's 5.6 earthquake, the largest of which was 4.0, hitting around 9am Sunday.
The USGS says a 5.6 magnitude earthquake struck Oklahoma just before 11 p.m. Saturday night, the biggest earthquake in Oklahoma history.
Joey Wakefield, Lincoln County Emergency Management Director, tells FOX23 there are three homes with significant damage from the earthquake. Officials say the chimney collapsed on a two story house and the hallway collapsed in another house. No injuries have been reported.
They also say Highway 62 is buckled in three places near Prague and there is a boulder the size of an SUV on another part of the same highway. An assessement team is surveying the damage tonight, another team will go out Sunday morning.
There are also damage reports in Muskogee and reports people as far north as Wichita felt the earthquake.
The quake, originally thought to be a 5.2 magnitude, was the second earthquake to strike in one day. EMSA officials report getting calls from people anxious about the earthquake, but no injuries have been reported.
Around 2 a.m. Saturday a 4.7 earthquake struck with an epicenter near Prague.