BRECKENRIDGE, Okla. (AP) — Damage is being reported after two 4.2-magnitude earthquakes rattled northern Oklahoma.
The U.S. Geological Survey reports the quakes hit Sunday evening near the town of Breckenridge, about 70 miles north of Oklahoma City.READ MORE: Driver Fatally Struck After Leaving Vehicle Involved In San Jose Collision
Garfield County Emergency Management Director Mike Honigsberg says bricks were split or pulled from walls of homes and buildings, while cracks were reported in walls and ceilings. Smaller quakes were reported in the same area early Monday.
No injuries were reported.READ MORE: Family, Neighbors Stunned By San Francisco Teenage Girl's Murder; 'It Breaks My Heart'
The number of earthquakes in Oklahoma has spiked in recent years, with many linked to the underground injection of wastewater from oil and gas production. Regulators have directed several oil and gas producers to close or reduce the volume of injection wells.
Before 2009, Oklahoma averaged one magnitude 3.0 earthquake a year. The number jumped to 903 such earthquakes in 2015 before declining to 304 last year.MORE NEWS: Spectator Seriously Injured Watching Saturday Night San Jose Sideshow
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