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According to GeoNet, a magnitude 3.2 earthquake shook Christchurch and surrounding areas on Monday night at 5:52 pm.
The earthquake was 8 km deep and struck about 10 km south-east of Christchurch,
From the epicentre, the shake was reported to be felt across the whole city.
Over 2700 people reported feeling the earthquake as of 6:54 pm.
GeoNet wrote in a tweet: “A shaky end to Easter weekend for those in Christchurch with a M3.2 earthquake occurring 10km south-east of the city. It caused light shaking and we have received 2500+ reports.”
A shaky end to Easter weekend for those in Christchurch with a M3.2 earthquake occurring 10km south east of the city. It caused light shaking and we have received 2500+ reports. For more detail on this quake see: https://t.co/ZIHxqjh8Ke pic.twitter.com/Gg4RQKjEMt
— GeoNet (@geonet) April 5, 2021
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