LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – A Southern California earthquake today 2013 has struck San Dimas east of Los Angeles. The Southern California earthquake today September 11, 2013 began within the hour near Pomona and La Verne. No reports of injuries have yet to be indicated.
Officials indicate to news that a 2.6 magnitude Southern California earthquake today began just after 8:37 am PST. The quake had virtually no depth. USGS indicates to news that the quake started only one mile below ground level. As a result the quake could felt across the vicinity.
USGS tells news that the Southern California earthquake was two miles south of San Dimas. It was two miles southwest of La Verne and two miles west of Pomona as well. Reps report to news that the quake was three miles northeast of Diamond Bar. Mapping reveals it was west of San Bernardino, north of Corona and Perris and northeast of Torrance.
In July another quake struck north of today’s epicenter. That quake was four miles east of Big Bear City. The quake was also twenty-two miles northeast of Yucaipa and Yucca Valley. USGS indicated to news that the quake started twenty-three miles east of Lake Arrowhead and roughly three hundred miles west of Phoenix. The quake was northeast of San Bernardino and Moreno Valley as well.