Skip to comments.Earthquake Big Bear Lake, CA
Posted on 07/05/2014 10:06:29 AM PDT by Excellence
We felt it here in the high desert, north of BBL.
(Excerpt) Read more at earthquake.usgs.gov ...
Yeah we did too in the Woodcrest area of Riverside. It was quite a shake. Got our attention LOL.
just barely felt here in south Orange County...but did notice it. Chandelier was swaying
Where is BBL?
Slight shaking in Huntington Beach, looks like it was shallow so I’m sure will be felt in widespread
my guess is big bear lake
Slight shaking in Huntington Beach, looks like it was shallow so I’m sure will be felt widespread
OK. I’m 1`60 miles n/w of there.
6 miles deep
45 miles S of Barstow.
TSUNAMI SEISMIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NWS NATIONAL TSUNAMI WARNING CENTER PALMER AK
1002 AM PDT SAT JUL 5 2014
...THIS IS A TSUNAMI INFORMATION STATEMENT...
PRELIMINARY EARTHQUAKE PARAMETERS
Slight bump here in Beaumont CA
Wondering if it’s associated quake of Landers-Big Bear Lake quake of 1992. I remember I was on my tractor, and the danged thing was going up on the outer edge of the tires as it rocked back, and forth seeming to almost tip over. Had my adrenulin running full speed. I looked at my wife who was standing a safe distance from me with a confused look, and she mouthed the word “EARTHQUAKE”. I couldn’t have heard her over the diesel engine.
Did not feel the quake in North Los Angeles County.
Too many illegals have come across the border.
California is tipping over.
Paging Representative Hank Johnson...Mr. Johnson, please pick up the red Courtesy Phone, paging Mr. Johnson...
Think Landers happened few hours before Big Bear but were believed to be related..both on San Andreas fault. Uh oh, hope not a repeat.
It was at 10 am local? We are in Sierra Madre (Pasadena). I did not feel it. But Thursday I felt one about 5:30 pm. Looked on USGS - it was a 1.8 in Redlands, BUT there had been about 30 that afternoon in the same place - right along the San Andreas fault. Where is 45 miles south of Barstow? In the mountains? Down in the basin?
Thanks hattend. We now know it wasn’t BBL.
Big Bear Lake epicenter.
8 inch Tsunami strikes Boulder bay they will rebulid
We live in Big Bear Lake in a large log home...sounded like the roof was being torn apart. Here is the link to USGS info:
I have friends who are there for the 4th July weekend. Said it felt way stronger than 4.6
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