UPDATE: A 3.0 magnitude quake occurred at 4:03 p.m. with the epicenter 5 miles northeast of Prague.
Many people felt an earthquake that rattled parts of central Oklahoma early Tuesday morning.
The U.S. Geological Service tells us a 4.3-magnitude earthquake happened about 1:45 a.m. Tuesday near Luther in central Oklahoma.
News On 6 producer Jeromee Scot was at the television studio in downtown Tulsa when the earthquake was felt.
He tells us, "Suddenly the ceiling started shaking, we cold hear a large rattling noise. At first we thought maybe it was the air conditioner unit clicking on."
Scot says the lights and items on a desk started shaking when the tremor struck.
Other earthquakes were recorded just a few minutes after the initial shock.
The USGS says those quakes were near Chandler and Boley, Oklahoma.
There were no reports of damage.