The largest earthquake to have hit Oklahoma in recorded history, with 5.6 magnitude, destroyed fourteen homes and caused two minor injuries which was didn't require hospitalization. The earthquake's epicenter was located 44 miles east of Oklahoma City and was felt as far away as Wisconsin and South Carolina.

The Oklahoma Geological Survey has issued a warning to the residents to expect more tremors, following the Saturday quake that rippled north through Kansas into Missouri.

The high magnitude earthquake has come as a shock to the residents as the earthquakes in this region are almost always mild.

We're in tornado country, man, Joey Wakefield, emergency management director for rural Lincoln County, told Reuters. These earthquakes, it just scares the hell out of everybody here.

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