There's been an earthquake in Donegal.
The Irish National Seismic Network has confirmed a 2.5 magnitude quake was felt near Glenveagh National Park yesterday morning.
The event was felt throughout the Donegal area, and was recorded by seismic stations across the country.
It's understood to be one of the largest onshore earthquakes in Ireland since records began.
A magnitude 2.1 earthquake occurred in Co Donegal on 29 April 2019 at 21:18 local time. The earthquake was detected by the Irish National Seismic Network operated by @dias_geophysics in co-operation with Geological Survey Ireland @Dept_CCAE https://t.co/thdwBpb2N8 pic.twitter.com/kPvThHokkA
— Geological Survey IE (@GeolSurvIE) April 29, 2019