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3.8 magnitude earthquake hits Brest, France

Christian Fernsby |
An earthquake with a magnitude of 3.8 hit Brest last night.

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The epicentre was situated 5km away from Brest and 4km away from the commune of Le Relecq-Kerhuon, in Finistère.

It was 10km deep and started at 22:20, the national surveillance network, the Réseau national de surveillance sismique said.

There was no damage but many residents felt it and shared their concerns on social media.

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