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News anchors have shortest earthquake freak-out ever

News Anchors Freak Out After Earthquake Hits During TV Morning Show


OKLAHOMA CITY - An earthquake rattled central Oklahoma at 7:41 am Tuesday morning, and Emily Sutton and Lacey Lett were on the air on KAUT broadcasting when the quake hit.

While the earthquake is the real news here, we're also pretty obsessed with the moment when Lacey and Emily realize that their studio is rumbling. They were worried for about two seconds -- and then quickly rebounded like pros. Yes, there was even some dancing.

Check out the hilarious photos (and GIFs) below:

According to the US Geological Survey the quake measured 4.2. The Oklahoma Geological Survey is calling the quake a 4.3. The epicenter of this quake SSW of Guthrie, in the Liberty Lake area of southern Logan County.

Of course Emily and Lacey aren't the first anchors to report during an earthquake. You probably recall KTLA anchor Chris Schauble's incredible (and incredibly viral) reaction when a quake hit back in March. This GIF says it all:



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