(USGS)

Small earthquake strikes Vancouver Island

The quake was centred near Victoria

A small earthquake was recorded near Victoria on Monday.

The magnitude 2.4 quake was recorded just after 7 p.m. between Langford and Sooke, at a depth of 24.2 km, according to the U.S. Geological Service.

Many people took to social media to say they felt the shock, while others in the area did not feel a thing.

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