UPDATE: SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EARTHQUAKE UPGRADED TO A MAGNITUDE 7.1
— Southern California
Update 6/5/19 9:50 pm pst
UPDATE ON JULY 5TH SO CAL EARTHQUAKE
LOS ANGELES -- A powerful 7.1 earthquake shook Southern California one day after a magnitude 6.4.
The quake, centered 11 miles from Ridgecrest area, was originally listed as a 7.1, was downgraded shortly after and then upgraded back to a 7.1.
Previus Post 6/5/19 8:45 PM PST
The Magnitude 7.1 Earthquake that rocked Southern California has been downgraded to a Magnitude 6.9 by the Los Angeles US Geological Survey Office. The epicenter for the recent earthquake that struck July 5th struck at the same epicenter as the July 4th earthquake near the town of Skytop and Ridgecrest California, 150 miles north east of Los Angeles
Previous Post 6/5/19 8:30pm pst
A powerful 7.1 earthquake shook Southern California 1 day after a magnitude 6.4.
Developing. We will add more details to this report as they become available.