An earthquake rattled windows and some nerves across southern New Brunswick today.
Earthquakes Canada says the quake happened shortly before 10-am and it measured 3.8 on the Richter scale.
The epicentre was in the Grand Bay-Westfield area, just north of Saint John.
Grand Bay-Westfield Fire Chief Troy Gautreau tells us what he experienced.
“We received multiple calls to our station and we responded to one emergency call that turned out to be unfounded, people across the community felt a few moments of shaking and heard a very loud bang,” says Gautreau.
He says they were in the fire station and at first thought a truck had slammed into their building.