‘The house felt like it lifted’: Magnitude 3.2 earthquake rocks the NSW Snowy Mountains – with locals hearing a huge ‘blast’
A magnitude 3.2 earthquakes has rocked the NSW Snowy Mountains as locals report hearing a ‘loud bang’ before it felt like their homes were being lifted off the ground.
The quake hit around 19km south of Jindabyne about 10.15am on Wednesday morning, at a depth of 10km.
One person, in Dalgety, about 30km away, told the European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre they experienced a ‘tremor then boom and [the] house felt like it lifted’.
Another person said the heard a thunderous sound before their ground rumbled beneath their home.
‘Huge thunder-like noise then a rolling shake like a domino effect one side of the house to the other,’ they told Volcano Discovery.
More to come.