Hey Penticton: Did you feel that?

Image Credit: Natural Resources Canada

PENTICTON - Plenty of people in the South Okanagan are reporting they felt a tremor shortly before 5 p.m. today and Natural Resources Canada has confirmed it was an earthquake.

Social media lit up around 4:45 p.m. with concerns about an earthquake, and Natural Resources Canada measured the tremor as a 2.5-magnitude earthquake near Princeton, though it took about 30 minutes for the report to be issued. No reports yet in the Central Okanagan.

Did you feel it?

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