Were earthquake after-shocks today felt by North Lincolnshire people?
An earthquake felt by people in several parts of the Midlands is not believed to have reached North Lincolnshire.
The British Geological Survey (BGS) confirmed a 2.9 magnitude earthquake in the Loughborough area of Leicestershire at 5.20am this morning.
Reports of the tremor came from several locations in Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire.
It was felt in Long Eaton, Derbyshire and Anstey in Leicestershire.
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A seismologist working for the British Geological Survey said: "We haven't received any reports yet from people who say they felt it in North Lincolnshire."
The East Midlands does have history of small to moderate earthquakes and in North Lincolnshire an earthquake was felt in February 2008, when a tremor was felt in the early hours of the morning, with after shocks registering 1.8 recorded in North Lincolnshire.
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