This story is developing.
A earthquake has struck Southern California.
Per LA Times, a magnitude 4.9 earthquake was reported Friday evening at 6:53 p.m. Pacific time eight miles from Palm Springs, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
The earthquake occurred 13 miles from Palm Desert, 13 miles from La Quinta, 15 miles from Rancho Mirage and 18 miles from Cathedral City.
An average of 25 earthquakes with magnitudes between 4.0 and 5.0 occur per year in California and Nevada, according to a recent three-year data sample.
Andddddd earthquake confirmed.
San Diego / Orange County / Los Angeles – are y’all okay?! https://t.co/YxWUIwDXbL
— Jamie Grace (@jamiegraceh) April 4, 2020
— EMSC (@LastQuake) April 4, 2020
Just felt an #earthquake in Los Ángeles. Reminded me of the Ridgecrest aftershocks. Thank God it was short
— Guad Venegas (@Guadvenegas) April 4, 2020
4.6 #Earthquake in Los Angeles. Centered in Anza, CA.
— Shelly’s Opinion (@ShellysOpinion) April 4, 2020
Was there an earthquake just now? I got this alert (I have the earthquake app), and it warned me about it. But I felt nothing. If there was one… damn. The Earth really IS pissed at us right now 😕😔 #Earthquake #LosAngeles pic.twitter.com/BRhVPuFJS7
— Adrienne Janic (@AdrienneJanic) April 4, 2020
This article first appeared on TheConservativeOpinion.com