Magnitude 2.1 earthquake hits South Australia – waking up residents early in the morning
A magnitude 2.1 earthquake struck South Australia this morning, with many residents awakened by the earthquake early in the morning.
The quake occurred at 5:40 am and had a depth of one kilometer, with its epicenter at Mount Barker, 33 km southeast of Adelaide.
The quake was felt in Wattle Park, Huntfield Heights and Nairne.
No damage has been reported.
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