& # 39; My bed was shaking & # 39 ;: an earthquake of magnitude 5.6 in Western Australia with residents in Perth feeling the commotion
- The Magnitude 5.6 earthquake has been felt in the southwest region of Western Australia
- Residents of Perth, 410 km north of the earthquake's source, also felt the impact
- The owners claimed that their windows began to rattle and the bed began to shake
- There is no threat of tsunami for the Australian continent
Australian Associated Press
An earthquake of 5.6 magnitude was felt in the southwest region of Western Australia.
The Australian Joint Tsunami Warning Center detected the earthquake, reported to be centered near Walpole, just before 1 pm local time on Sunday.
The residents of Perth, about 410 kilometers north of the earthquake's origin in Walpole, reported feeling the earthquake.
An earthquake measuring 5.6 magnitude was felt in the southwest region of Western Australia
"My chair moved and I heard a rumble," said a woman from Canning Vale to 7 News.
"My windows began to vibrate as always when the construction works are moving along the road, it must have been the earthquake," added another man.
A third woman from Harrisdale told the publication that her bed was shaking and that the light from the ceiling was moving from one side to the other.
There is no threat of tsunami to the mainland of Australia, the island or the territories, says the center.