SPARKS, Okla. (AP) - Residents of Oklahoma are assessing damage after the biggest earthquake ever recorded in the state.
Last night's quake registered a magnitude of 5.6 and the U.S. Geological Survey reports at least 10 aftershocks ranging from 2.7 to 4.0.
While there have been no reports of serious injuries, there has been damage. A spokesman for St. Gregory's University in Shawne. says one of the four towers on its "castle-looking" administration building collapsed and the other three towers are damaged.
One man reports hearing a noise like a jumbo jet as a brick chimney collapsed onto the roof above his living room.