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