LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – A moderate California earthquake today 2012 struck the San Jose area. The Northern California earthquake today July 19, 2012 erupted in the predawn morning hours. No reports of injuries have yet to be reported by news.
Shortly before 1 am PST today, a Northern California earthquake struck the region registering a 3.6 magnitude, USGS reports to news. But the quake had virtually not depth. USGS indicates to news that the quake struck near the earth’s surface, with a mere depth of six miles. As a result, the quake could be felt widely across the region.
The quake erupted six miles from New Indria, USGS indicates to news. The quake was twenty-two miles east of Pinnacles and twenty-four miles west of Cantua Creek.
USGS details to news that the quake erupted twenty-eight miles northeast of King City and forty-one miles south of Los Banos. The quake was centered eighty-seven miles from downtown San Jose.
Mapping reveals to news that the quake was nestled west of Interstate 5 and Fresno, southwest of Salinas and Monterey. The quake was northwest of Coalinga and Lemoore and south of Merced. No reports of damage have yet to be detailed by local news.