Homeowners shaken in Linn County, Oregon
Strong shaking was reported by residents after a magnitude-4.4 earthquake struck 9.3 miles east southeast of Lacomb, Linn County, Oregon, on Friday, October 7, 2022, at 5:52 AM Pacific Time.
Local residents reported strong shaking felt in Sweet Home. Shaking was also reported in Eugene, Corvallis, Keizer, Salem, Portland, Lake Oswego, Lebanon, Albany, Lincoln City and Lacomb.
“It shook our 3 story 4500 square foot home like a rag doll. Felt like a large boom from a rock quarry.”
Another homeowner in Salem, Oregon writes:
“I was in bed. My solar panels which are on the roof above my bedroom sounded like the were falling off the roof.”
Did you know that your homeowners insurance policy does not provide coverage for earthquake damage?
If you own a home in Oregon, consider how an earthquake can wipe out all of your hard-earned equity in an instant.
The Cascadia Subduction Zone is a 600-mile fault that runs from northern California up to British Columbia. It is also about 70-100 miles off the Pacific coast shoreline.
If you experience a total loss in an earthquake, can you afford to rebuild, replace your belongings, find another place to live, and pay off your existing loans?
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