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Jindabyne earthquake rocks NSW Snowy Mountains

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People who felt an earthquake that hit the NSW Snowy Mountains region said it was like the house being lifted.

An earthquake with a magnitude of 3.2 hit Jindabyne, in the state’s south, on Wednesday at about 10.15am and had a depth of 10km. 

A person in Dalgety, about 30 kilometres away, told the…



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