Magnitude 4.6 earthquake off Ensenada coast across San Diego

A preliminary 4.6 magnitude earthquake struck Thursday night off the coast of Ensenada, Mexico, just a little too late to be mistaken for baseball crushing or crowd roaring during the Padres' home opener at Petco Park.

USA About: Earthquake Publish: 04/15/2022 Edit: 04/15/2022 Author: Gardener


EnsenadaA preliminary 4.7 magnitude earthquake occurred on April 14, 2022 off the coast of Ensenada, Mexico. A preliminary 4.6 magnitude earthquake struck Thursday night off the coast of Ensenada, Mexico, just a little too late to be confused with a baseball crush or a crowd roaring during the Padres' Petco Park home opening. The earthquake happened around 9:30 p.m. near El Suazal, north of Ensenada, according to U. That's about 62 miles south of downtown San Diego, but people as far away as Huntington Beach were feeling the tremors and reported it to the USGS. The National Weather Service said the quake is unlikely to cause a tsunami. Tsunami NOT expected. #cawx https://t.co/ikO0lk18ME - NWS San Diego (@NWSSanDiego) April 15, 2022 No damage has been reported to the San Diego Police Department, Sheriff or Fire Department. I swear I thought it was my next door neighbors freaking out on the stairs 😅 nope, just an #earthquake https://t.co/82EOUxUFTM @nbcsandiego— Melissa Adan (@MelissaNBC7) April 15, 2022


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