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Earthquake recorded in East Lancashire
EAST Lancashire was hit by an earthquake over the weekend, experts revealed this morning.
The British Geological Survey recorded a quake of 2.2 magnitude at 2.33pm on Saturday, that they say was felt nine kilometres south, south east of Blackburn - in the Darwen area.
Scientists said the epicentre was at at depth of seven kilometres.
A measurement of 2.2. on the Richter scale is deemed as 'minor', not generally felt, but strong enough to be recorded.
There are about 1.3million quakes of a similar magnitude each year worldwide.
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