3.0 earthquake rocks Burra: South Australians report feeling their homes shake

South Australia has been hit by its third earthquake in less than four weeks.

A 3.0 magnitude earthquake struck Burra in the mid-north of the state shortly after 7.30am on Monday.

The tremor prompted almost 50 «feel» reports on the Geoscience Australia website, with the actual number likely to be much higher.

This comes after residents of Jamestown felt a 4.2 magnitude rumble on May 1.

Adelaide Hills residents were also hit by a 2.7-magnitude tremor on April 15, which was felt by at least 300 people across the metropolitan area.

Adelaide regularly experiences earthquakes and sits on several fault lines, including the Para Fault and the Eden-Burnside Fault.

A 3.0 magnitude earthquake shook houses in Burra on Monday morning

More to come.


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