A collection of earthquakes have been reported close to El Centro Monday, the biggest a 4.8 magnitude simply after midnight, in response to the U.S. Geological Survey.
The 4.8 magnitude earthquake was a mile north northwest of El Centro and struck at 12:36 a.m. Monday. It was 2.3 miles north of Imperial and was about 11 miles deep, USGS studies.
Some San Diegans have reported feeling the quake so far as Coronado.
A few couple minutes later, a 4.5 magnitude aftershock was recorded at 12:42 a.m. Monday and centered 1.2 miles northwest of El Centro. It was about 9 miles deep, USGS studies.
Some NBC 7 viewers who reside in Imperial and El Centro have mentioned the quakes went on all night time.
There have been at least 26 earthquakes reported close to El Centro and Imperial since midnight and the newest has been at 7 a.m. It was a 2.7 magnitude southwest of Imperial.
“Sure, I reside in Imperial they usually haven’t stopped all night time,” one other viewer wrote.
“I’m right here in El Centro and it’s been loopy all night time with these shakes,” one viewer wrote on our Fb publish.
Lessons suspended in Mexicali after 4.8 And 4.5 earthquakes
In Mexicali, Baja California, courses had been suspended as a safety measure because of the earthquakes on Monday whereas the State Council of Civil Safety evaluations college buildings and amenities.
In keeping with Tijuana’s Civil Safety, no harm was reported to any property within the metropolis.
Harm reported from the earthquakes
The Metropolis of El Centro mentioned the earthquakes did trigger some harm to a fourplex condo complicated within the metropolis. The constructing suffered a waterline break when a water heater tipped over, which brought about some minor flooding.
No accidents had been reported and no different harm or accidents within the metropolis of El Centro has been reported.
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