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Melbourne Earthquake?

Image extracted from The Age
Was it an earthquake just now?

Updates:  4.5 earthquake rocked south Victoria (near Moe) at July 20, 2012 7:11pm

News Update: News.com.au or ninemsn or The Age.

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  1. I thought it was....

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  2. yes there was, no news yet on the net

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  3. Yep, felt it in frankston

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  4. Yes, can feel that for about 10 secs.

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  5. Yes we felt it in Toora Sth Gippsland.

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  6. I am wondering that too. The whole house shook for several seconds.

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  7. Yes. Felt it in Frankston.

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  8. Yep, felt it in Berwick & friends felt it in Trafalgar more

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  9. Yes, I believe there was. Am in outer Eastern Suburbs

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  10. yep felt it in frankston

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  11. felt something too, but very minor, just a tremor. earthquake will be > 2mins

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  12. Slight furniture shaking for a few seconds in Sunbury, Victoria.

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  13. I felt it at work while talking to my customer

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  14. I felt it at work

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  15. yup! we felt it in south gippsland, much bigger than the last one.

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  16. Felt it in South Morang

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  17. Yes, confirmed by online news, i felt it in Cranbourne, chair shook and windows vibrated for 5 seconds or so. Not as strong as last month. I'd say 4-5 on the scale at the most.

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  18. I felt it in Burwood

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