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Parts of the region were hit by another earthquake today, the second in as many days.
The British Geological Survey says it happened in the Rutland area, and has been felt in parts of Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire.
Today's earth tremor was more powerful, at 3.5 on the Richter scale and it took many people by surprise.
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Yes another #RutlandEQ today. 200+ felt reports already. We're analysing data from our seismic network to get you accurate info asap
There are reports of another earthquake in the Rutland area this morning.
Many people took to social media sites to say that they felt a tremor shortly before 8am today.
Yesterday, an earthquake measuring 3.2 magnitude hit the same area.
People have been speaking out about an earthquake that has shaken a normally peaceful Rutland town.
Residents in Oakham describe hearing what sounded like an explosion, others say they thought a lorry had crashed into their house.
The 3.2 magnitude tremors, which came from 2.5 miles underground, were also felt throughout much of north Northamptonshire. Olivia Patterson reports.
Rutland was hit by its strongest earthquake in 13 years this morning.
The 3.2-magnitude earthquake, powered from a depth of 2.5 miles, struck the Oakham area at 7.07am.
– Davie Galloway, British Geological Survey seismologist.
"There was a 4.1 in Melton Mowbray in October 2001 - so this is the biggest in the region for 13 years.
"It was quite widely felt but we probably get about three of these at this size somewhere in the UK each year.
"We record about 200 earthquakes and it is to do with the earth's dynamic plates moving, probably about the pace of the growth of a fingernail.
"The most common reports we have had is that houses shook, windows rattled for quite a few seconds, people were quite alarmed.
"We do not get the big earthquakes like they would get in places like Japan."
It was felt up to 28 miles (45 km) away from the epicentre of the earthquake near Wellingborough but most reports have come in from people who are within 15 miles (25km) of Oakham. Residents in parts of Stamford, Kettering and Oakham went online to say they felt the earthquake.
The UK's most powerful earthquake was the 5.4 magnitude tremor which hit the Lleyn peninsula in north Wales in July 1984 and in 2008 a quake centred on Market Rasen, Lincolnshire, was measured at 5.2.
We've just had an earthquake in #oakham the house was shaking for about 10secs