Earthquake California: A strong 4.9-magnitude earthquake struck Riverside County Friday night. However, it was felt all through San Diego, as indicated by United States Geological Survey information.
Friday’s tremor occurred at 6:53 pm, what’s more, was centered 10 miles southeast of Anza – around 90 miles east of San Diego, as indicated by the USGS.
Riverside County Sheriff’s Department Deputy Robyn Flores said that there were no reports of injuries and damage at 7:25 pm.
It was followed by seven different tremors throughout the following 15 minutes, with magnitudes between 2.5 to 3.7, as indicated by the USGS.
The earthquake had a depth of 6.6 miles. Following the initial quake were five aftershocks.
The strong shake was additionally felt in parts of Orange, Los Angeles, San Bernardino, and San Diego counties, as indicated by the USGS.
The San Diego Police Department also said that there were no reports of damage to structures around then.
More than 16,000 individuals revealed feeling shocks from Temecula to Palm Springs and San Diego, as indicated by the USGS.
People’s Respond After Earthquake
Earthquake California: Many people felt quake all over Southern California, also in many locations in San Diego.
Josh Ayala, on the ABC 10News Facebook page, said that At last felt one! Also, my dog surrendered me heads up 5 minutes prior. He gave off Slightly peculiar conduct.
Anthony Yanez says that with 4.9 magnitude quakes, there is observable shaking, however, generally no harm. On average, we get 17 per year in California, 6,200 around the world. #NBCLA
He also shared a pics on his Twitter account.
Dr. Lucy Jones said that that day’s (Friday 4/3) M4.9 quake SE of Anza was near (maybe on) the San Jacinto fault. The San Jacinto near Anza had had Many M~5 quakes over the previous few decades.
Jacqueline Aceves Ceseña said that that was a pretty strong 4.9 …. she had been laying on the floor and had felt the who grounded move 🙄 she was in Chula Vista.
Geologist Dr. Pat Abbott said that that was a very common area for earthquakes in Southern California.