Dunedin feels early morning quake

Orange squares mark where people reported shaking. Image: GeoNet
Orange squares mark where people reported shaking. Image: GeoNet
Did you feel the earth move in Dunedin last night?

At 12.57am a weak earthquake struck about 30 kilometres northwest of Dunedin.

GeoNet listed the scale of the quake as magnitude 3.8 and said it was 5km deep.

More than 1000 people reported feeling shaking ranging from weak to moderate.

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