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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

There have been reports of tremors in the Yorkshire and Lincolnshire Area.

The British Geological Survey released a statement saying “Our seismologists are looking into this and we’ll verify if this is an earthquake as soon as we can.”

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One Twitter user in Hull said: “Our house moved and the furniture shifted, our bird fell off her perch and the dog went looking for the noise.”

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Thames Valley Weather tweeted that 3.7 earthquake reported in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire.

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Another twitter user believed a massive truck went past her house.

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Another said “yes in market weighton thought something had exploded downstairs went running around like a nutter”

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The tremors are only believed to have lasted a couple of seconds but have left people feeling scared.

Emergency services received an influx of calls reporting the incident.

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