Thursday, December 13, 2012
Two little earthquakes hit the area. Residents said they felt it at Duror. Just the same strength as the Fracking quakes at Blackpool
The first quake struck at 6.06am and measured magnitude 1.4. It was followed 12 minutes later with a 0.8 tremor. Both were recorded by the British Geological Society.
Last August, residents reported a magnitude 1.9 quake in the Argyll village which they said “felt like thunder”.
There are roughly 200-300 quakes in Britain every year, but the vast majority are so small that no one notices them.
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