A magnitude-4.1 earthquake struck 5 km WSW of Palomar Observatory ,CA, in North San Diego County, on January 30, 2022 at 9:46 AM Sunday, Pacific Time.
Shaking was reported from north of Los Angeles all the way to the Mexican border.
The ShakeAlert system was activated for this earthquake event. The ShakeAlert system provides early warning to California residents when an earthquake occurs that has potential to cause injury or damage. This alert provides residents with enough time to drop, cover and hold, and to move away from glass or other dangerous objects. With this ShakeAlert, residents in the city of San Diego had approximately 16-second warning before shaking was felt in the area!
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