A 5.1-magnitude earthquake in Oklahoma on Saturday morning was felt in the Kansas City area.
And it was significant enough to be felt in Kansas City, according to a Twitter post by Emily Folks.
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She added that she hoped everyone in Oklahoma was OK.
Also, Overland Park resident Colby Kinser tweeted out that he’d felt the Oklahoma earthquake.
The Tulsa World reported that Saturday’s earthquake was the third largest in the state’s history. Oklahoma has seen other significant geologic activity recently. A 4.8-magnitude earthquake hit in January near the site of Saturday’s earthquake, the newspaper reported.