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Oklahoma residents post videos as 5.8 magnitude earthquake happened

Employee Talia Pershall, 16, puts syrup back on a shelf while cleaning up at White’s Foodliner grocery store on Saturday in Pawnee, Okla., after a 5.6 magnitude earthquake in north-central Oklahoma.
Employee Talia Pershall, 16, puts syrup back on a shelf while cleaning up at White’s Foodliner grocery store on Saturday in Pawnee, Okla., after a 5.6 magnitude earthquake in north-central Oklahoma. Associated Press

Videos posted by Oklahoma residents and media outlets on social media show what was happening as a magnitude 5.8 earthquake rocked Oklahoma on Saturday. The quake was initially called a 5.6, but was upgraded Wednesday to a 5.8.

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