An earthquake of a magnitude of 3.6 was recorded in Vendée at 0.44am on Monday morning, according to data published on the website of the National Seismic Monitoring Network.
A magnitude of 3.6 was the earthquake that was felt this morning in Vendee, according to the National Seismic Monitoring Network (RéNaSS). The epicenter was located 13 km west of Challans and 21 km north of Saint-Gilles-Croix-de-Vie.
According to preliminary information, it would be at 10 km depth, but these data have yet to be validated by a seismologist.
On Twitter, many users have reported feeling the tremor.
— Aldric DRAPEAU (@aldric_dr) October 15, 2017
Un tremblement de terre ? Bouin en Vendée, 00:50h.
— Peter Joyce (@pdjart) October 15, 2017
France – Tremblement de terre de magnitude 3,6 en Vendée près de Challans / Rénass pic.twitter.com/bjJR9wSl0G
— LesNews (@LesNews) October 15, 2017