(CTN NEWS) – A magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck near the coast of Mexico’s Baja California on Tuesday morning, with impacts felt 150 miles away in Southern California.
Notable quake, preliminary info: M 6.2 – Baja California, Mexico https://t.co/pNBRRjSerL
— USGS Earthquakes (@USGS_Quakes) November 22, 2022
It struck just before 9 a.m. near Las Brisas, Mexico.
The earthquake occurred in the Pacific Ocean about 125 miles south of the U.S. border.
It is not expected that there will be a tsunami, according to the U.S. Tsunami Warning Center.
According to USGS reports, the earthquake could be felt 200 miles away near Palm Desert, California. In Del Mar, California, a USA TODAY journalist observed a small amount of shaking.
— CBS 8 San Diego (@CBS8) November 22, 2022
A 6.0 earthquake is considered moderate by the USGS and likely to cause property damage. A 7.0 earthquake, on the other hand, is considered strong, deadly, and is expected to cause billions of dollars in damage.
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