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An earthquake measuring 2.5 on the richter scale has hit the market town of Ludlow in Shropshire. According to the British Geological Society earthquakes of this size are recorded but not usually felt by people.
This explains why emergency services in the area said they've had no calls relating to this quake. So how and when did this earthquake happen?
There has been a small earthquake in Ludlow, according to the British Geological Survey.
The quake measured 2.5 magnitude on the Richter Scale.
A statement on the British Geological Survey's website said the earthquake in the Shropshire town happened at 12.16pm on Friday, with a depth of 14km (8.75 miles).
There have not been any reports of injuries or major disturbances.
For more details visit the British Geological Survey website.