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SAN DIEGO -- A magnitude 4.1 earthquake that struck Saturday in Baja California, Mexico rattled parts of San Diego County, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Automated seismographs recorded the quake about 2:25 p.m. about 16 miles southwest of Guadalupe Victoria, Baja California and 104 miles east-southeast of Tijuana, the U.S. Geological Survey reported. The area in Baja California where the quake struck is about 150 miles from San Diego.
Weak shaking was felt by some Valley Center residents, but no damage was reported, according to the USGS website. A few residents in Mexico and in Imperial, Los Angeles, Orange and San Bernardino counties also reported the shaking on the USGS website.
A magnitude-3.8 quake struck about 8:05 a.m. about two miles northwest of Devore, in San Bernardino County, according to the USGS. Slight damage from the quake was reported in Rancho Cucamonga, just west of the quake's epicenter.
Originally posted by undergroundlight
reply to post by AQuestion
For the record, you never really get used to them. If you did that's great, but it doesn't mean everyone else will too. It could be a cause for concern because this was one of the strongest felt in a bit. The lack of activity gets you somewhat concerned sometimes.edit on 13-6-2012 by undergroundlight because: (no reason given)