6.2 magnitude earthquake strikes Gulf of California

September 26, 2012CALIFRONIAA magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck near Mexico’s Baja Peninsula on Tuesday but a local official said there were no immediate reports of damage or injuries. The quake’s epicenter was located 46 miles north of La Paz, Mexico, and was centered in the Gulf of California, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. “It felt pretty strong,” said Ivan Calderon, a Baja Sur civil protection official, adding there were no reports of damages or injuries. A magnitude 6 earthquake is capable of causing severe damage. -Reuters
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8 Responses to 6.2 magnitude earthquake strikes Gulf of California

  1. I was just reading this on Reuters and checked into to see what was going on in the world on your site.
    Alvin your site is very informative thank you for having this forum out here for all of us.

  2. P.S. says:

    at what point is this type of activity no longer news?

    • Anne says:

      When the disaster occurs that has been predicted I suppose. Can’t we alert folks living in these areas that are extremely vulnerable to large EQ’?

  3. Warren H. says:

    A quake in the gulf of Cali and more activity at Popo coincidence I think not…

  4. Irene C says:

    I noticed that there was a 4.5 quake north of Talmage CA. I wonder if this quake will disturb some of the faults in CA since there is a connection. Just curious.

  5. tomyee168@shaw.ca says:

    Exactly 188 days from March 22, 2012

  6. Desmond says:

    California is sinking! California is sinking! get to higher ground

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