STROUD, Oklahoma (WIBW) -- A pair of earthquakes in central Oklahoma Friday morning reportedly shook people in southern Kansas.
According to the U.S. Geographical Survey's Earthquake Map, the first temblor struck around 8:45 a.m. was measured at a 4.2 magnitude. It was centered about 8 miles northwest of Stroud, Oklahoma.
A second slightly weaker one came about 20 minutes later and was centered less than a mile away. It was measured at a 3.8 magnitude.
13 NEWS' sister-station in Wichita, KWCH, received several phone calls from viewers who reported feeling the quake near Harry and Oliver, Kansas.
So far, there have been no reports of damage.