A 3.4 earthquake hit around 10:22 a.m. Saturday in the Lake Henshaw area, according to the USGS.
The quake was centered about 3.6 miles east southeast of Lake Henshaw and its depth was being estimated at 6.6 miles. A woman called KGTV to say she felt the quake.
Anyone feel this? I sure did. https://t.co/EYiY93zJ79
— Vanessa Van Hyfte (@10newsvanhyfte) July 30, 2016
ML 3.4 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA | Details: https://t.co/5CNrG2gjP2 via EMSC©
— EARTHQUAKE TRACKER (@EQTracker) July 30, 2016