Palos Verdes Fault Could Trigger Extremely Large Earthquakes

Posted September 26, 2022, under Blog

We’ve all heard about the active San Andreas fault, but it’s a new fault zone that has seismologists concerned about Los Angeles’s safety. Located near Palos Verdes, this fault line runs along the coast of Los Angeles and Orange Counties and has the capability of …

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7.7 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Southwestern Coast of Mexico

Posted September 21, 2022, under Blog

On Monday, a 7.7 magnitude earthquake rocked the southwestern coast of Mexico. The quake occurred at 1:00 PM ET, with the epicenter near the coastline of Michoacan state. Intense shaking was felt in the nearby town of Colima, with moderate damage reported. Even in Mexico …

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4.4 Earthquake Rattles Santa Rosa Residents

Posted September 15, 2022, under Blog

This week, Southern California got off to a shaky start as a 4.0 magnitude earthquake rattled residents near Santa Rosa on Tuesday at 6:39 PM. The epicenter of the quake was five miles from Windsor, CA, seven miles from Rohnert Park, CA, and11 miles from …

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65 People Dead After 6.6 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Southwestern China

Posted September 7, 2022, under Blog

A 6.6 magnitude earthquake occurred in the Sichuan province of China on Monday, killing 65 people. Some 248 people are still missing, and 12 people have been injured – the quake also trigged massive landslides from nearby mountains. Communication lines were severed after the intense …

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Southern California Hit With Two Earthquakes in Two Days

Posted September 5, 2022, under Blog

It was a rocky weekend for many residents of Southern California. Two earthquakes rattled parts of So.Cal, occurring just two days apart from one another. The first, a 3.6 magnitude quake, occurred on Saturday and struck just after 10:00 AM in the northwest area of …

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