SAN DIEGO (KGTV) - The earthquake that rocked Southern California early Tuesday morning has many in San Diego buzzing on social media.
The 4.5-magnitude temblor was recorded just outside of Cabazon, in Riverside County, but it was felt as far south as National City.
Here’s what San Diegans had to say about the quake:
Did you feel it?? 4.6 #earthquake reported near Cabazon. What a way to wake up! @10News
— Kalyna Astrinos (@10NewsKalyna) May 8, 2018
Very funny. I thought that the shaking happened due to the front door closing of my house. I didn’t even know that it was an earthquake until about two minutes after the shaking has stopped.
— @DJNowofficial (@jdf1188) May 8, 2018
Twitter is telling me the earthquake was felt in Oceanside, Vista, Carlsbad, Irvine, Hemet, University City and Downtown San Diego! I didn't feel it inside our studio :(
— Jason Martinez (@10NewsJason) May 8, 2018
Felt a strong one-second jolt, then a car alarm blare 30 seconds later in 3rd floor unit in North Park/HIllcrest. Did you feel it? @10news #sandiego #cabazon #quake #earthquake
— Michael Chen (@10NewsChen) May 8, 2018
Significant jolt here in Vista! Just one, but it definitely caught my attention!!
— Daniel Thomas (@danielwthomas) May 8, 2018
Yes!! Felt near Mission Beach. Hoping everyone is safe!
— Dana Williams (@thedanawilliams) May 8, 2018
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