In this footage, things start to go sideways in the breakfast TV studio of Australia's ABC News.
An earthquake of magnitude 5.8 struck near Melbourne in Australia. ABC journalists Michael Rowland and Tony Armstrong were in the studio for the breakfast show when the earthquake hit, shaking the TV set. The quake's epicentre was near the rural town of Mansfield, about 200km (124 miles) northeast of Melbourne, and was at a depth of 10 metres
Inside, the movement was alarming enough. Outside, though, it was more destructive, destroying several buildings and cars.
Melbourne residents described their shock and surprise as houses across the city began to shake, in a city which has not had an earthquake of a similar size in decades. There have been no reports of injuries so far.The temblor was so strong it was felt as far away as Adelaide in South Australia, 800 kilometers (500 miles) away, and Sydney in New South Wales, more than 900 kilometers (600 miles) away.