An earthquake with a magnitude of 4.2 struck Oklahoma and portions of Kansas on Sunday. According to the US Geological Survey reports the quake happened on Sunday evening in the northwest of Enid, Oklahoma. So far, there are no reports of damage or injuries. However, Enid residents throughout the city reported shaking, creaking houses, media reports said. The epicenter was near the intersection of Fairmont Road and East Roberson Road, less than a mile north of East Lake Hellums Road. As per reports, people also felt tremors in Stillwater, Mooreland and in Wichita, Kan.