LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – A California earthquake today 2013 has struck Mammoth. A moderate California earthquake today October 11, 2013 has hit Mammoth, near Clovis in the morning hours. No injuries have yet to be reported by local news.
Officials tell news that a 3.4 magnitude California earthquake today 2013 began just after 2:37 am PST. The quake however had virtually no depth. USGS indicates to news that the quake struck near the earth’s surface only five miles deep.
USGS indicates to news that the quake was ten miles southeast of Mammoth Lakes. It was sixty-seven miles from Clovis and sixty-eight miles northeast of Sanger. It also began seventy-two miles northeast of Reedley and roughly one hundred miles southeast of Carson City, Nevada.
In August another quake struck the same general epicenter. That quake started nine miles east of Mammoth Lakes and seventy-three miles east of Clovis. The quake was roughly seventy miles from Sanger and Reedley and was roughly one hundred miles from Carson City, Nevada.
The same region has been producing several quakes in the last few years. In September 2011, a 3.2 magnitude quake struck the region. That quake was centered only eleven miles from Yosemite Village. It was also twenty-four miles from Mammoth Lakes.