Did You Feel the Shaking? 4.1 Earthquake Rattles Corona, Southern California

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Good afternoon and you’re looking at our calac USGS earthquake monitor, where we’re tracking the recent Corona earthquake. This Southern California earthquake was a reported 4.1 magnitude tremor centered near Corona.

Here in Glendale, it felt like a slight tremor – just a very slight shaking. Thankfully, there are no reports of damage or injuries from this Corona earthquake.

Looking at the map, it seems the shaking might have been felt in Anaheim, Long Beach, of course Los Angeles, San Bernardino, and even San Diego. This is still developing, but for now, we know the epicenter was in Corona.

According to earthquaketrack.com, Corona has experienced several earthquakes in the last 24 hours, all above a magnitude of 1.5. These aftershocks from the Corona earthquake might have gone unnoticed.

Right now, it appears this Corona earthquake may have been felt across a four-county area, possibly more. Initial reports suggested a magnitude of 4.3, but that has been adjusted down to a 4.1.

For the latest information and earthquake safety tips, be sure to check our website.

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