LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – Several moderate Mexico earthquakes today 2012 have been felt in Arizona. Three temblors have struck Guadalupe Victoria, Mexico and each terremoto shook parts of Baja California, Sonora and Arizona. No reports of damage has yet to be detailed by local news.
Baja earthquakes have been erupting within the hour today July 18, 2012. Shortly after 5:20 AM PST, the latest temblor began. Three quakes around 3.7 magnitude have erupted in the predawn morning hours today, all with virtually the same epicenter. USGS tells news that each quake struck close to the earth’s surface. As result, the quakes could be felt across the immediate vicinity.
The quakes struck roughly fourteen miles from Baja California’s Guadalupe Victoria, USGS tells news. The quakes have been thirty-five miles from the Sonora town of San Luis RÃo Colorado and roughly one hundred miles from Tijuana. USGS also tells news that the quakes were roughly thirty miles from the Arizona community of San Luis.
In related news, a strong 5.1 magnitude quake struck today in the Philippines. The quake erupted shortly after 2:30 PM local time, USGS tell news. The quake was twenty-nine miles northeast of Guiuan, forty-seven miles east of Borongan. USGS also tells news that the quake was seventy-two miles from Panalanoy and Tacloban.