(Oklahoma City, OK) -- A small earthquake rattled Oklahoma City early Sunday.
The U.S. Geological Survey says the quake measured 3.4 and was centered in Smith Village, five miles east-southeast of Oklahoma City.
Residents reported feeling and hearing something similar to a car ramming into a nearby building.
One resident says her house rattled and she had to straighten some pictures hanging on a wall afterward.
There have been half a dozen mild tremors in the Oklahoma City area this year.
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