Cluster of seismic events strike shale-rich Oklahoma

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Daniel J. GraeberPAWNEE, Okla., Nov. 2 (UPI) -- A cluster of seismic events in shale-rich Oklahoma culminated with a magnitude-4.5 earthquake early Wednesday morning, the USGS reported.
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