70 Aftershocks Rattle Oklahoma

Ryan Owens reports on the aftermath of the state's historic earthquake.
1:18 | 11/07/11

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The strongest earthquake in Oklahoma's history rattled this university building so hard one of its towers crumbled five stories to the ground. It buckled highways and damaged more than a dozen homes we've -- -- grabbed the bid to stabilize themselves. He lives near the epicenter of Saturday night's five point six quake. The tiny town of sparks Oklahoma. Population -- just more than a hundred as part of the state has seen a lot of shaking recently including a dozen aftershocks Sunday alone. There is a fault line here but size -- just aren't sure why it's suddenly so active we've got a pretty good practice goes all the way. No one's been hurt but people all across the middle of the country. Felt the shaking. I still hear a few lights rattling here in our studio and we will there was still -- -- -- you can see our der tram back -- see behind is still shaking. This is a second at large earthquake here in central Oklahoma today the other early this morning. Oklahoma has had a rough year its hottest summer its biggest snowfall its largest -- And now its strongest earthquake. For Good Morning America Ryan -- ABC news Dallas.

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