Earhquake Hits South Of Britain

Feb 18, 2018, 06:03
Earhquake Hits South Of Britain

Port Talbot is 10 miles from Swansea and the tremors were felt as the town's football side faced Taff's Well.

A magnitude 4.4 natural disaster felt in parts of Britain Saturday was its strongest in a decade.

It said "events like this magnitude only happen in the United Kingdom every 3-5 years".

A snapshot of real-time Seismograms showing the natural disaster at 2.30pm.

The US Geological Survey & British Geological Survey confirmed an natural disaster of 4.7 magnitude was recorded at 2.31pm.

A spokesperson told Sky News it was "reasonably-sized" for earthquakes that usually hit the UK.

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Writing on Twitter, Tina Anton said: "Just had a tremor as in quake in Cornwall!"

Closer to the epicentre, James Leonard tweeted: "Wow was that an quake in Swansea my house just shook".

"We just felt the quake, felt like a huge lorry going passed and shaking the house!"

There have been no reports of injuries or serious damage but South Wales Police said it received 205 calls in the 15 minutes after the natural disaster happened.

But not everyone felt the earth move, with others complaining they had missed it.