July 4 Earthquake Shakes L.A.

July 4 Earthquake Shakes L.A.

July 4 Earthquake Shakes L.A.

At around 10: 33 a.m., a 6.4 to 6.6 magnitude earthquake focused southwest of Searles Valley rocked the area. According to the L.A. Times, it’s the most effective quake to strike Southern California in years. “Earthquake Twitter” instantly responded to the temblor.

Been living in Los Angeles all my life. That was the longest earthquake I have actually ever experienced. Not jerky. Smooth and rolling. However it was loooong. It was so long I believed for the very first time ever “Is this the huge one?” Damn. Regard Nature. She’s in charge.

— Ava DuVernay (@ava) July 4, 2019

It resembled being on a boat other than I was resting on my couch working. #earthquake https://t.co/slKNvQoA9e

— Katrina Woznicki (@katrinawoz) July 4, 2019

me while cleaning meals & the #earthquake takes place pic.twitter.com/fBDWKLhflH

— Anne Guzman (@ayyee_anne) July 4, 2019

Earthquakes resemble: pic.twitter.com/fUBgIaJpZs

— Chesnut (@Alehley) July 4, 2019

Me going to take a look at all the earthquake memes #earthquake pic.twitter.com/LL7HfjGoa5

— Maria ♡ (@maria_mujica15) July 4, 2019


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