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.
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