This afternoon an earthquake with a 4.2 magnitude happened across South Wales and the West of England.
Some people didn't even notice...
Did anyone else in the Neath area just feel the whole ground full on shake? 99% sure I just experienced a mini earthquake
— Steph Surringer ðŸ¦„ (@StephSurringer) February 17, 2018
Just sat through an #earthquake in #Cardiff. Building rocked back and forth. Slightly disconcerting, but cool. Thank goodness for social media, otherwise I'd be thinking I imagined the whole thing. pic.twitter.com/xBGT0sadrj
— Pie (@NoFliesOnPie) February 17, 2018
43' - temporary stop in play. A recorded earthquake in the area. Incredible.
— Port Talbot Town FC (@PortTalbotTown) February 17, 2018
Earthquake epicentre - few miles from Swansea. People feeling shaking as far as London, Cardiff, Prestatyn, Birmingham, Wolverhampton, Liverpool and Devon! Magnitude 5.0 !!! #wales #england #earthquake #ukearthquake pic.twitter.com/LCXdtFrfkp
— Thomas Stuckey-Mounter (@tsmounter) February 17, 2018
— Earthquake Alerts (@QuakesToday) February 17, 2018
— Geoff Hunt (@geoffhunt10) February 17, 2018
— John Dixon #FBPE (@JohnLDixon) February 17, 2018
First time I’ve spoke to half of my neighbours in about 5 years so that was nice ðŸ˜‚ #earthquake
— Bowen Lloyd (@bowen_ace) February 17, 2018