Earthquake felt across San Diego region


USGS is reporting a 4.0 magnitude earthquake near the Palomar Observatory Sunday morning.

Credit: USGS

VALLEY CENTER, Calif. — Did you feel it?

People all across San Diego County are reporting feeling an earthquake Sunday morning. USGS reports a 4.0 magnitude earthquake near the Palomar Observatory at 9:46 a.m. after initially reporting it at a 4.1 magnitude.

The epicenter was located 2.9 miles from the Palomar Observatory, 17.7 miles from Escondido and 25.6 miles from Oceanside.

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Residents across San Diego County from Escondido, Oceanside, Chula Vista and elsewhere are posting on social media that they felt the shake.

The quake was measured at 13.7 miles in depth, the USGS said. 

Escondido police and fire officials said there were no immediate reports of any damage.

Let us know below on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter where you were when you felt the shake.


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