An earthquake has been recorded at 10:15 p.m in some parts of Tulsa late Saturday night after President Trump’s campaign rally. USGS confirms.
The quake registered 4.2 magnitude initially and then it was moved up to a 4.5 and then back down to 4.2. It was centered near Perry, which is about two hours west of Tulsa.
Mike Collier, Chief Meteorologist talked about the Earthquake on Facebook.
It is the largest Oklahoma earthquake recorded by USGS since a 4.6 magnitude quake April 9, 2018.