A 5.5-extent quake struck in San Bernardino County Wednesday night.
The shudder struck at about 6:30 p.m. around 10 miles south of Searles Valley, close Ridgecrest, and at a profundity of almost 4.3 miles, as per the U.S. Land Survey.
The quake was felt all through Riverside and Los Angeles areas.
“For the most recent week we’ve been having these consequential convulsions, and I feel like they’re getting somewhat progressively successive and afterward obviously this was one was greater than what we’ve had,” Bridgette Cunningham, a Trona inhabitant, said. “Thus, it is somewhat frightening, particularly on the grounds that July is one month from now.”
Seismologist Dr. Lucy Jones said in a tweet that the earthquake was at the exceptionally southern finish of the consequential convulsion zone.
There were no quick reports of harm or wounds