Strong quake hits Marlborough
Strong quake hits Marlborough

A 5.0-magnitude earthquake has rattled New Zealand's upper South Island.

Described as "strong" by GeoNet, the quake struck at 9.42pm at a depth of 11km and 10km east of Seddon in Marlborough.

Just under 2500 people reported on the GeoNet website that they had felt it.

Geonet's 'Felt it' reports. Credit: Geonet

The Fire Service says there are no initial reports of damage.

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