LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – A Colorado earthquake today 2012 was felt south of Denver. The Colorado earthquake Thursday, May 24, 2012 struck roughly at midnight. The quake followed a comparable sized quake moments earlier in Southern California’s Barstow region, USGS indicates to news. No news reports of injuries have yet to be detailed from either quake.
USGS reports to news that a 3.2 magnitude quake struck Colorado at midnight. The quake had virtually no depth. As a result, the quake could be felt across a wide cross section of the region.
The quake was centered fourteen miles west of Colorado town of Trinidad. It was twenty-three miles north of Raton, New Mexico and thirty-four miles south of Walsenburg, Colorado. USGS also indicates to news that the quake was one hundred eighty miles south of Denver.
In related news, around the same time, a 3.2 magnitude quake struck Southern California. The quake erupted near Barstow, USGS reports to news. The quake had no depth, striking at the earth’s surface. USGS indicates to news that the quake was eighteen miles east of Barstow, twenty-two miles east of Lenwood, and roughly one hundred miles northeast of downtown Los Angeles.
No reports of damage from either quake have yet to be detailed by local news.