OK Is NOT Okay: 4.3 Earthquake Shakes Up Oklahoma

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EDMOND, OK -- After Texas became tornado alley last weekend, Oklahoma, which usually tops Texas when it comes to tornadoes, experienced a 4.3 earthquake Tuesday morning.

Residents in Edmond got an early morning wake-up call. Thankfully,  there are no reported injuries or deaths.

The quake was pretty big compared to the 83 shakes that have rattled DFW in 2015. Our largest, so far, is a 3.6 magnitude. But, with these weird weather patterns, it's hard to know what will happen next.

So, not only do you need to plan ahead for the worst but investing in the newest technology might not be a bad idea, like an earthquake-proof bed that'll swallow you whole  protect you from any magnitude quake.

Chinese inventor Wang Wenxi reportedly received a patent for it back in 2010, but he's sorting out some safety features before it's put on the market.

With inventions like this on the way, maybe we can all sleep a little better at night! Even if this anti-quake shelter ends up being more like a death bed.