Morning Oklahoma earthquake felt in Minnesota

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If you woke up to a tremor this morning, you are not alone.

An earthquake this morning in Oklahoma was felt as far as Minnesota.

So far no major damage has been reported, the Associated Press said.

The magnitude 5.6 earthquake tied for the strongest quake in Oklahoma history, the National Weather Service tweeted.

Here are some reactions from the Midwest.

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