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Several testimonies of a felt #earthquake received from #Sandiego#Cty Urban Area, #Calif. pic.twitter.com/UsbPa8CWFP
Residents described experiencing the boom from Alpine to El Cajon, Carmel Valley, National CIty, Eastlake and as far south as Tijuana in Mexico.
“Yeah, [I’m in San Diego] currently and every one in my job heard the [boom] and then felt a shake [afterwards], we thought something had crashed or something,” wrote a poster to KNSD’s website.
Fifteen minutes outside of San Diego, Luis Hernandez told KNSD that he felt the ground begin to shake. Hernandez said his friends felt it too and he described it as an earthquake.
However, the US Geological Survey, which monitors seismic activity, did not report any earthquakes in the area.
Yeah, what the heck was that? My windows rattled like crazy, but did not feel the ground moving.— desertdarlene (@desertdarlene) November 2, 2017
So that was an earthquake... pic.twitter.com/nl8ctER3yS— Lanett Bennett Grant (@musicalnetta) November 2, 2017
It's a bit delayed but does anyone know what that boom was in San Diego? Wasn't earthquake that's for sure! #weirdBoom— Jeremy "Haus" (@BoxcarBeards) November 2, 2017
Definitely felt was seemed earthquake here east of San Diego, but it's not on the USGS feeds. Sonic boom? Live fire at Camp Pendelton?— Michael Eskin (@Seisiuneer) November 2, 2017
What’s going on in San Diego? Earthquake? Sonic Boom? Military test?— Josh Barry (@barryjosh729) November 2, 2017
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