Earthquake strikes NSW region

A magnitude 3.2 earthquake has struck the Snowy Mountains region in southern NSW, with some residents reporting they felt a ‘bang’.

An earthquake has struck the Snowy Mountains region in southern NSW on Wednesday, authorities have confirmed.

The magnitude 3.2 quake was detected 19 kilometres south of Jindabyne just after 10am, according to Geoscience Australia.

Local residents have reported feeling a “bang”, but so far there have been no reports of injury or property damage.

More to come.

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