Wednesday, December 30, 2009

M 5.8 earthquake in northern Baja shakes SW Arizona

A magnitude 5.8 earthquake hit northern Baja this morning, 10:48 am local time (11:48 Arizona time) about 20 miles south of the US border. Aftershocks are continuing with the largest so far at magnitudes 4.9 and 4.0.

The USGS estimates the main shock caused light ground shaking in the Yuma area.

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