3.5-magnitude earthquake reported near Cholame
Quake struck 7 km (4.3-miles) North-Northwest of Cholame Wednesday morning
–A 3.5-magnitute earthquake struck 7 km (4.3-miles) North-Northwest of Cholame Wednesday morning, according to the United States Geological Survey. The quake was recorded at a depth of 8.5 km (5.2-miles) at 8:07 a.m.
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Earthquake Warning California is the first in the nation early warning system for earthquakes and includes technology such as the free MyShake App that can give mobile users a few moments of notice before shaking so that they can take protective actions such as to drop, cover, and hold on. While the 3.5M earthquake is not a high enough magnitude to trigger the MyShake App (4.0M) or a Wireless Emergency Alert (5.0M), it’s an important reminder that California is earthquake country, and that earthquakes can strike at any time. Learn more at https://earthquake.ca.gov/get-prepared/.
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