In central Oklahoma, there were two more earthquakes around 9 am. One was at 9:18am and the second was at 9:28. The town of Jones, OK now has had 28 earthquakes since March 2009. The usual amount of earthquakes in Oklahoma that can be felt are two, but this last year Oklahoma has had 28.
The first earthquake was recorded by the USGS at 4.0 on the Richter scale, and the second was recorded at 3.8 on the Richter scale. People in Oklahoma are seasoned tornado folks, but earthquakes are a rarity, but not this year. Midwest City, OKlahoma police reported 150 phone calls of people reporting shaking cabinets, windows, and dishes. The earthquakes were reported as sounding like thunder. One lady described the eartquake as, "A tremor or earthquake."
You can tell, Oklahomans are not used to earthquakes, and the increased number is even more rare. Earthquakes of this magnitude and frequency are causing concern in Oklahoma.
Students in one Oklahoma school, a private school called Cassidy, recorded the Haitian earthquake.