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Originally posted by Anmarie96
reply to post by MoorfNZ
That was the large one that came up on the seismo - thought it was to large to be a 3.7 & 3.5 back to back - so, they are not complety on top of it and i need to eat my words - off to work and high speed internet
Originally rate a 6.9 on Richter Scale, the earthquake that erupted near the US/Mexico border was upgraded to a 7.2 magnitude. The epicenter was about 108 miles east/southeast of Tijuana, Mexico, in Baja California and shook on Sunday afternoon.
Nerves are frayed all over the Southern California and into Arizona. The giant quake could be felt in in both Los Angeles and San Diego where kyscrapers gyrated as the shaker took aim. The original earthquake lasted a full minute and aftershocks have been intense..
No injuries have been reported as of this report, but KABC in Los Angeles did broadcast that the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim was affected because guests were stuck in one of their elevators that had stopped when the quake struck. Disneyland has been closed for security purposes.