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You may not have noticed, but there was an earthquake in the UK on Saturday afternoon.
The epicentre of the quake was in Swansea of all places and registered at 4.4 on the Richter scale.
In terms of tremors, this is relatively small - but the shock wave was felt across most of south-west England and as far away as the Isle of Wright.
This map described teh local level of shaking as reported by eyewitnesses following M4.9 #earthquake in #Swansea https://t.co/JVbGcEz2fa — EMSC (@EMSC)
Thankfully, there were no reports of any major damage or injuries, despite it being the largest to hit the area since 1906.
A t-shirt has already been made to commemorate the event. May we never forget.
@BBCRadioWales #earthquake yes quite a shake, assumed it was just part of the Brexit process breaking off from Europe! — David Jones (@David Jones)
Was filming during the earthquake. You can actually see camera shake while it happened! #earthquake #Swansea https://t.co/NMlNbEAvky — Gingerduff (@Gingerduff)
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