CARTAGO, Calif. (KRON) – A preliminary 5.8-magnitude earthquake hit near Sequoia National Park Wednesday.
USGS initially listed the magnitude as 6.1 and the epicenter at a GPS point about 20 miles southwest of Lone Pine in the Sierra Nevada range.
The earthquake hit around 10:40 a.m. and was centered about 14 miles east of Cartago, or about 46 miles west of Porterville, in the Central Valley.
It had a recorded depth of 9.0 km.
There are no immediate reports of damages or injuries.
A Tsuanmi Alert has not been issued at this time.
The earthquake was reported as far south as Los Angeles.
Did you feel it?
- Video shows man forcing himself through Wendy’s drive-thru window in Florida
- 2020 Masters tournament to tee off in November with no patrons or guests
- Florida family sues after video surfaces of police handcuffing 8-year-old at school
- Prosecutors charge 3 with threatening women in R. Kelly case
- UCSF scientists develop nasal spray to fight COVID-19