Friday, February 10, 2017

Adelaide City of Churches Facing Uncertain Future

ADELAIDE shook its way through a magnitude 2.7 earthquake this afternoon, but Seacombe Heights residents at its epicentre were unrattled by the experience.
Geoscience Australia said the quake struck the southern suburbs at 12.24pm and appeared to be centred in a laneway between Glen St and Bleasdale Ave.
Glen St resident Sam Jones thought it was “hilarious” the quake had hit in the laneway behind her backyard, admitting “no one felt anything”.

Second tremor in less than two weeks shakes Adelaide

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