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A 2.3-magnitude earthquake shakes Cornwall

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Image caption People living as far as 20 miles from the epicentre on Bodmin Moor reported being woken up by the tremor which hit at about 03:00 BST

A 2.3-magnitude earthquake has been felt in Cornwall.

People living as far as 20 miles from the epicentre on Bodmin Moor reported being woken up by the tremor which hit at about 03:00 BST.

The quake is not reported to have caused any damage or injuries.

The British Geological Survey said it was the largest earthquake in the area since 2011 and was one of about 12 tremors of a similar size that happen annually in the UK.

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