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"60 Minutes" investigates Oklahoma's surge in earthquakes

Earthquakes are now a daily occurrence in Oklahoma, but it was three quakes in November, 2011, near the town of Prague that caught everyone's attention. One was magnitude 5.6 - the largest in Oklahoma's history. It toppled a spire at St. Gregory's University and severely damaged 14 houses. Bill Whitaker has more.
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