A 3.2-magnitude earthquake has been felt in Somerset, with some people saying they thought a vehicle had hit their house.
The British Geological Survey (BGS) said the tremor had been felt in several towns and villages in the southwest county.
People described a "big rumble", a "boom", and said their "whole house rattled".
The BGS said the quake affected the area near Bridgwater, six miles (10km) north of Taunton, at 10.49pm.
It hit at a depth of three miles (5km).
"Earthquake felt in Taunton, Somerset tonight, thought something had hit the side of the house, made the windows shake, quite scary," tweeted Dave Arthur.
Another person said they "thought a lorry had hit our house".
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Earthquake felt in Taunton, Somerset tonight, thought something had hit the side of the house, made the windows shake, quite scary #earthquake
— Dave Arthur (@flutter61) December 6, 2019
We just had an Earthquake here in Somerset..thought a lorry had hit our house !
— Nicky Shier-Skip Rat (@nickyshier) December 5, 2019
Pippa Vile tweeted: "It was really strong here in North Curry, there was a boom and the house shock, it woke my husband and I."
"This is the second earthquake I've experienced here in Langport," said @Twitchcraft7.
"As before, a distant thunderous roar approached before a single jolt struck, giving me an instant headache and making my hairs stand on end."
#earthquake #Somerset #SomersetEarthquake
This is the second earthquake Ive experienced here in Langport.
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