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Magnitude 5.1 Earthquake Strikes Oklahoma Communities in Prague & Meeker

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The aftermath of the powerful 5.1 magnitude earthquake near Prague and Meeker on Friday night left a trail of destruction in its wake. Brick exteriors of homes were shattered, flooring cracked under the pressure, windows were left in disarray, and dishes and glasses lay broken on the floor. The force of the quake was felt far and wide, sending shockwaves through communities and leaving residents in a state of shock and uncertainty. The need for thorough documentation of the damages incurred is crucial in understanding the full extent of the impact and providing support to those affected.

CNN reported the following:

A preliminary magnitude 5.1 earthquake hit east of Oklahoma City on Friday night and was followed by at least two smaller temblors, according to the US Geological Survey.

The bigger earthquake was recorded at 11:24 p.m. local time about 5 miles northwest of Prague, Oklahoma, and about 42 miles from Oklahoma City, the geological survey said. The small city is home to about 2,000 people.

The shaking from that earthquake was felt across a large swath of the state, including in Oklahoma City and Tulsa, according to preliminary reports shared by USGS. Shaking was also felt as far as Wichita, Kansas, according to the geological survey.

Poynter Law Group is actively working to uncover the root causes of this seismic activity by collaborating with a team of expert geophysicists. In addition to this, we have taken proactive steps by submitting an Open Records Request to the Oklahoma Corporation Commission in order to delve deeper into the specific factors contributing to this earthquake.

If you have been impacted by the recent earthquake, we urge you to meticulously document all damages incurred. It is crucial to take photographs of any structural harm, cracked surfaces, or broken belongings. Your detailed documentation will greatly assist us in our ongoing investigation.

Kindly forward all your documented evidence to Your cooperation is invaluable as we strive to gain a comprehensive understanding of the situation and provide the necessary support to those affected.