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Earthquake hits near Oklahoma City

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Two morning news anchors were on the air when an earthquake hit near Oklahoma City on Tuesday. (Source: KFOR/CNN) Two morning news anchors were on the air when an earthquake hit near Oklahoma City on Tuesday. (Source: KFOR/CNN)

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR/CNN) - Anchors of a local Oklahoma television station got a little shook up early Tuesday morning when an earthquake rattled the studio right in the middle of the newscast.

According to the U.S. Geological Survey, a magnitude 4.2 earthquake struck near Guthrie, OK.

Emily Sutton and Lacey Lett were live on the air on KAUT Broadcasting.

The two had the cameraman pan up to the ceiling to show the studio lights shaking.

No injuries or significant damage have been reported.

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