On Saturday afternoon a ‘minor’ earthquake hit South Wales, with tremors felt across the country.
The epicentre of the 4.4 magnitude earthquake was near to Cwmllynfell, around 12 miles from Swansea.
Several reports of people living in Abergele, Rhyl & Prestatyn soon came flooding in via social media, all posting their concerns following the tremors.
The 4.4 magnitude tremor, hit below the down of Cwmllynfell in Neath Port Talbot at exactly 2:31pm.
The quake was the largest since 1906, with the previous being a 5.2 magnitude.
Events such as this, are predicted to happen every 3 – 5 years.