5.6 Magnitude Earthquake - California Coast

Mon - June 24, 2019 - 7:00AM

5.6-magnitude earthquake hits 5km off California coast

   A 5.6 magnitude earthquake struck the coastal city of Petrolia in Northern California. There were no damages or casualties were reported at this time. A geographical survey said that the epicenter was about 9.5km deep, but confirmed there is no threat of a tsunami. There have been small, frequent earthquakes happening in 2019 in California. Some have wondered if the famous San Andreas fault will trigger soon. It is claimed to be the area that will erupt the strongest earthquake man will ever know. It is trending on social media as plenty of Californians have claimed to have felt the tremors from the earthquake. The earthquake started at 03:53 UTC. 

Read More: https://www.rt.com/usa/462489-california-coast-earthquake-petrolia/

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