LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – A moderate Mexico earthquake 2012 struck Baja, California today. The Mexico earthquake today July 7, 2012 could be felt in sections of California and Arizona. No reports of injuries have yet to be detailed by local news.
Shortly before 3 am today, a 3.3 magnitude Mexico terremoto struck Baja. The quake, however, had no depth. The temblor as a result could be felt across the region.
USGS reports to news that the quake was centered twelve miles southwest of Guadalupe Victoria in Baja. The quake was also thirty-four miles southwest of San Luis RÃo Colorado in Sonora. USGS also indicates to news that the quake was only thirty-six miles southwest of San Luis, Arizona and one hundred miles east of Tijuana.
In related news, two 3.0 magnitude earthquakes erupted today in Hawaii. The quakes were centered ten miles from Volcano and twelve miles southwest of Fern Forest. The quakes erupted shortly after 5 am local time, USGS indicates to news, and had a nominal depth of only six miles. The quakes werre only twenty-six miles southwest of Hawaiian Beaches and roughly twenty-eight miles southwest of Hilo. No reports of damage have yet to report by news.