Skip to comments.Earthquake in San Jose
Posted on 10/14/2009 8:00:58 PM PDT by luckystarmom
Just had an earthquake in San Jose. It was small, but the 2nd one this week.
Sorry, that was me up in Sunnyvale. I was getting my old CRT TV out of my home, tripped, and dropped it.
Obama’s coming.. coincidence. :-}
* Thursday, October 15, 2009 at 02:57:23 UTC
* Wednesday, October 14, 2009 at 07:57:23 PM at epicenter
Location 37.366°N, 121.729°W
Depth 6.6 km (4.1 miles)
Region SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, CALIFORNIA
* 9 km (5 miles) E (91°) from Alum Rock, CA
* 13 km (8 miles) NE (48°) from Seven Trees, CA
* 15 km (9 miles) E (79°) from San Jose City Hall, CA
San Josie, I’ve been there!!! I always say it the way I spell it, to tick the people from San Josie off.
Watch Mt Lassen.
I felt this one more than yesterdays. This one was a bigger jolt than the one yesterday.
I barely noticed it. It was small.
I didn’t feel either of them, we have a puppy always bouncing around, they are just a few clicks into the hills East from here..
I didn’t feel yesterdays quake at all.
3.3 is a laugher
be safe all you cali freepers.
I wasn’t quite sure whether or not it was an earthquake.
Did it damage Trace, Hoover and/or Lincoln! oh, and the Rose Garden, - well maybe the roses are over blooming.
I'm amazed that any Californian would think an earthquake less than 8.0 is breaking news? The only one I remember was during the Series, I watched on TV, and screamed that the road was on top of people! Nobody heard me, as the news guys talked about other stuff and the cameras panned.
I am at work in Morgan Hill and didn’t feel a thing.
the news stations out here have been running Loma Prieta flashback shows for days out here.
20 years ago.. I remember that one well.
I sold my place in NM (high desert near nothing!), and now spend most of my time in the hills of WV. I used to drive out and spend a week or two there. I haven't seen any reason to go further west, unless passing through, for years.
Y'all can have my share!
There was a tsunami in my bathtub. I made it out but my rubber ducky is no more.
And in a seismicity belt too. Who would’a thunk it?
Funny. I aint goin east of the Mississippi agin if I kin avoid it.
Was in San Jose and Sunnyvale for a couple of days in the mid-’70s. Both were okay areas at the time. Wouldn’t want to go back now, though.
In ‘89, the wife and I went to Hawaii with another couple. The flight from DFW went to SF to get the folks on a connecting flight from NY before heading for HI. Only a few hours later, we turned on the TV and saw the devastation from the SF quake. .......Timing is everything.
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