ST LOUIS (LALATE) – An Oregon earthquake 2014 today has struck Lakeview. The Oregon earthquake 2014 today August 21, 2014 began in the afternoon hours. Damage assessment is pending.
USGS indicates to news that a light Oregon earthquake struck today just after 2:46 pm local time. The quake reportedly had no depth. Reps tell news that the quake struck at ground level. As a result, the quake could be felt across the vicinity. Reps tell news that the Oregon earthquake 2014 started forty miles east of Lakeview. It was one hundred miles east of Altamont and roughly 111 miles east of Susanville, California as well. The quake was about two hundred miles north of Carson City.
Several quakes have been hitting the state since 2012. On March 20, 2012 two quakes struck off the coast of Oregon. Both quakes were seventy-one miles from Eugene, local news indicated, and roughly one hundred miles south of Portland. Then in April a 5.9 quake struck one hundred sixty-one miles west of Bandon. The quake was roughly one hundred sixty miles west of Barview and Port Oxford. In September, a 2.9 magnitude quake struck Oregon followed by a 3.3 magnitude earthquake. They were northwest of Crescent City and Brookings. In May, 2013, a quake hit twenty-three miles east of Oakland and twenty-four miles west of Sutherlin. The quake also started twenty-nine miles east of Roseburg and forty-seven miles east of Eugene, reps told news at the time.