Some routine blasting from Custom Concrete has residents in the east end wondering why the ground was shaking.

Operations Manager Aaron Savord says the scheduled blast happened around 9:00am in their pit and quarry and different factors like wind and ceiling can cause the blasting to seem worse than what it really is.

He says things may change, but another blast is scheduled for Tuesday morning around 9:00am too.

Residents on social media claim they felt the ground shake for roughly two seconds, with some even claiming they felt movement in Timmins.

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