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A magnitude-4.5 rattled Edmond, Okla., just north of Oklahoma City on Saturday afternoon, the U.S. Geological Survey reported.

Residents in the northeast reaches of Oklahoma City reported the most intense shaking when the earthquake struck around 12:10 p.m. (CST), the USGS reported.

Renee Montgomery, an operator at the Oklahoma Emergency Management Department in Oklahoma City, said she first saw the blinds on the window move. Then she heard a rumbling sound.

"It was like a small train rumbling by," Montgomery said. "Then my desk and my computer shook for a few minutes."

There were no reports of significant damage or injuries, Emergency management spokeswoman Keli Cain said.

Cain felt the earthquake at her home in northwest Oklahoma City. Although the state has experienced several minor quakes this year, Saturday's rumble was the first Cain noticed.

"It was a rolling, shaking feeling that went through the house that lasted at least 10 seconds," she said. "It felt pretty strong."



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