Dogs go nuts as earthquake hits Oklahoma

Gunner and Granger, two dogs who live in Yale, OK, could hear the earthquake coming. Courtesy Amy Ramsey-Reece.

Fox 25 News viewer Amy Ramsey-Reece sent Fox 25 this video from Yale, Oklahoma of her dogs reacting to this morning’s record tying 5.6 magnitude earthquake. You can see the dogs perk up just before the quake hit, and then it darted around as the room rattled.

People and pets across the state were shaken out of bed just after 7 a.m. this morning.

Saturday's quake was centered about 9 miles northwest of Pawnee, Okla. Mayor Brad Sewell confirms damage in the downtown area.

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