Two more earthquakes were reported Wednesday near Kingfisher.
Both happened one second apart at 9:43 a.m.
The largest measured magnitude 3.0, according to U.S. Geological Survey. It was centered about 7.7 miles west of Kingfisher. It was about .62 of a mile deep. The second measured magnitude 2.8 just north and east of the first temblor.
On Sunday, two quakes hit west of Kingfisher.
The larger of the two, a magnitude 3.5, was detected just three seconds before a 3.3 earthquake at 5:24 a.m. Sunday, according to USGS.
The 3.5 quake was 9.3 miles west-southwest of Kingfisher, with a depth of 3.9 miles. The second temblor was in the same area but at a shallower depth of 3.1 miles.