An earthquake has just hit parts of the UK. People in locations ranging from Cornwall to Liverpool have reported feeling the strong tremor.
The US Geological Survey & British Geological Survey confirmed an earthquake of 4.4 magnitude was recorded at 2.31pm.
The epicentre was northeast of Clydach, Wales. Swansea University was quickly evacuated as a result of the incident.
So far there have been no reports of major damage or injuries.
Speaking to Metro.co.uk, David Carby from Llanedeyrn in Wales said: ‘I had just got in from work and fed my cat before sitting down.
‘Suddenly she jumps on the sofa looking scared and that’s when it hit.
‘It was a big shake or two and felt like the flat was moving sideways.’
Jess Rimmer from Ottery St Mary in East Devon said: ‘Was sat down after my run and the TV and photo frames were rattling.
‘Thought it was a heavy truck or something but no vehicles moving outside.’
Samira from Neath in Wales said to Metro.co.uk: ‘I felt the house shaking and my two dogs went absolutely nuts.
‘It was actually pretty scary’
Alex from Swansea added: ‘I could feel the building moving and I looked out the window and could see the cars outside shaking.’
South Wales Police confirmed: ‘There has been a minor earthquake throughout South Wales’.