California was hit with a 7.1 magnitude earthquake on Friday night.
— Earthquake Monitor (@EQAlerts) July 6, 2019
EARTHQUAKE felt just now at 8:20pm in Santa Ynez Valley, CA. Is the big one coming? 😬Get prepared and have earthquake kits in car and home. #earthquake #californiaearthquake #ANOTHER EARTHQUAKE #USGS #earthquakecalifornia #earthquakekit #California pic.twitter.com/dXwhFRuX8i
— Hollywood Dossier (@hollywooDossier) July 6, 2019
The USGS website crashed for several minutes.
The website now says the center of the quake was 17 kilometers (11 miles) north north-east of Ridgecrest, California.
The quake was “downgraded” to 6.9 magnitude.
Friday night Quake: downgraded to 6.9 in Southern California pic.twitter.com/4JuG8Hlogn
— Jim Hoft (@gatewaypundit) July 6, 2019