Earthquake shocks residents of Doncaster village as the tremor is felt across South Yorkshire
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They believe the tremor happened on Saturday, September 9, at around 9.45pm, at latitude 53.58068°N, longitude 1.25824°W, which it is believed would put it between Barnsley and Doncaster. Google maps places those co-ordinates in fields near the village of Hooton Pagnell.
The site describes it as a 'reported quake or seismic-like event.
It says the magnitude is unknown, and that the depth was 10km, and describes the shaking intensity as 'very weak shaking'.
The site also reports three individual accounts of the tremor by individuals who sent in detauls of their experiences.
One, from Barnsley, states: "very weak shaking."
Another, from Stainforth, Doncaster, described very weak shaking, rattling, vibrating for one to two minutes, adding: "Sat down and heard shaking and vibrating."