LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – A Southern California earthquake today 2013 has struck Ontario, Fontana, Redlands and areas west of San Bernardino. The Southern California earthquake today June 29, 2013 erupted moments ago and followed a quake earlier today as well.
First, officials tell news that a 2.7 magnitude Southern California earthquake today started just before 2 pm PST today. The quake had almost no depth. USGS indicates to news that the quake began only one mile below ground level. As a result, it could be felt across the region.
The first Southern California earthquake today started three miles west of Fontana. It was four miles north of Glen Avon and five miles west of Bloomington. Officials indicate that the quake was six miles northeast of Mira Loma as well.
The second quake started just after noon today. USGS indicates to news that a 3.1 magnitude quake struck around the same vicinity at 12:11 PM PST. But it posted a depth of four miles. Officials tell news that this quake was three miles south of Redlands, six miles northeast of Moreno Valley. It was six miles east of Loma Linda and seven mile west of Yucaipa.
In related news, a 4.7 magnitude quake struck northeast of the Macquarie Island today. And a 5.7 magnitude Chile quake began moments ago.