UK Hit by Small Earthquake

Kent in southeast England was hit by a 4.2 magnitude earthquake early Friday morning, with tremors felt across the region. Residents in Canterbury, Margate and Whitstable felt rumblings as the minor quake rippled out from the epicentre 5 km south of Ramsgate.
The British Geological Survey, who normally tweet "weekdays 9 - 5," posted updates on the quake location and put it into context early on. They also published a "Felt Locations" map, indicating the areas in which people said they had felt something in an online questionnaire.