Kalgoorlie Experiences 2.9 Magnitude Earthquake
No damage reported
Residents of Kalgoorlie have woken up to a small earthquake just outside of town on Tuesday morning.
The quake was recorded as a 2.9 magnitude earthquake with a total depth of 7km.
Geoscience Australia were the first to record the small earthquake which was felt by downs up to four miles away including West Lamington and Williamstown.
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Several residents initially believed that the shaking was due to a mining blast at around 5:30AM on Tuesday morning.
So far, no damage or injuries have been reported as a result of the earthquake.
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