LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – A light San Diego neighboring earthquake today 2012 was felt across some sections of Southern California. The San Diego earthquake today June 29, 2012 erupted moments ago at 12:45 PM. No reports of injuries have yet to be detailed by local news.
In April, the region suffered a series on midrange quakes. On April 14, a quake erupted fifteen miles from La Quinta. On April 1, a 3.3 magnitude quake struck roughly thirty-nine miles outside of downtown San Diego. That quake was close to the Palomar Observatory, USGS reported to news at the time.
Then in May, USGS indicated to news that a 3.2 magnitude earthquake struck the northerly tip of Baja Mexico. That quake was situated just along the California border. On May 2, a quake struck only eighteen miles southwest of Mexicali and nineteen miles south of Calexico, USGS indicated to news. The quake was twenty-three miles south of Herber and eighty-six miles east of Tijuana, revealed local news at the time.
Today’s light San Diego neighboring quake struck only seven miles below the earth’s surface, USGS reports to news. The 1.7 magnituude quake struck four miles from Devore. It erupted only nine miles from Fontana. USGS indicates to news that quake was nine miles northeast of Rancho Cucamonga, twelve miles from San Bernardino, and forty-six miles from downtown Los Angeles.
UPDATE – The military is admitting to today’s sonic boom. And this is not the first time this has happened in San Diego. Click HERE for the update.
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