Orange County homeowners are shaken after a magnitude-3.6 earthquake.
Off the coast of Orange County, California, San Clemente was rattled by a magnitude-3.6 earthquake that struck on Tuesday, August 29, 2023, at 1:05 a.m. Pacific Time. According to the U.S. Geological Survey, the earthquake was about a depth of four miles.
The shaking was felt in Avalon, Oceanside, San Clemente, Carlsbad, Encinitas, Vista, San Diego, and Los Angeles.
Every earthquake has something to teach us and can serve as a reminder for those who do not have earthquake insurance to look for coverage today! Stay prepared and protect your home/valuables before it is too late.
Reports from this earthquake
“I was inside my home on my bed. The earthquake woke me up and jolted me a few times. Loud cracking & multiple quick jolts felt & heard. The building, the TV & the furniture.”
“Large art on wall very crooked. Glass fell out of the cabinet in the kitchen. I felt hard, slow shaking that lasted a few seconds, two times close together, and a weird noise I can’t explain. Immediately afterward, I felt very dizzy and nauseous. My brain felt shaken into a weird headache and stomach pain. I never felt so sick from an earthquake. This is the first time.”
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