Mammoth, CA Rocked by 4 Earthquakes up to 5.2-Magnitude Today

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Map showing location of today’s 5.2-magnitude earthquake near Mammoth Lakes, CA. image: USGS, 4/11/20

“A moderate earthquake occurred at 7:36:37 AM (PDT) on Saturday, April 11, 2020.
The magnitude 5.2 event occurred 51 km (32 miles) NNE (25 degrees) of Mammoth Lakes, CA.
The hypocentral depth is 9 km ( 6 miles).”

– Southern California Earthquake Data Center at Caltech, 4/11/20

Mammoth Lakes, California was rocked by a 5.2-magnitude earthquake today at 7:36am PT.

Today’s earthquake had its epicenter 30-miles northeast of Mammoth Lakes at a depth of around 6.2 miles, according to the USGS.

– Southern California Earthquake Data Center at Caltech, 4/11/20

There was another earthquake today in the same region at 9:22am that was a 4.6-magnitude.

Two more earthquakes followed today at 10am and these were ranked at 3.9 and 4.1-magnitudes.

Last Sunday, Mammoth was hit by a 4.1-Magnitude earthquake that had an epicenter about 40-miles south of today’s earthquakes.

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