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Magnitude 4.1 earthquake hits California-Mexico border region

A magnitude 4.1 earthquake struck the California-Mexico border region on Thursday, according to the U.S. Geographical Survey.

It's the latest in thousands of aftershocks to hit the region since the magnitude 7.2 Mexicali temblor earlier this year.

The latest quake occurred at around 11:10 a.m. about 35 miles southeast of El Centro in Imperial County.

There were no reports of damage or injuries.

The 7.2 Mexicali quake caused more than $90 million in damage in California alone.

-- Shelby Grad

Comments () | Archives (6)

please just seperate the two country... forget ca, falling off into the ocean, seperate us from mexico by 200 miles.

just goes to show you god is trying to tell us something there is trouble on our borders his way of telling us to enforce our immigration laws hes even pinpointing the location that needs help

It's the U.S. Geological Survey not U.S. Geographical Survey.

The rumble that was felt was just the lastest hoard of illegals crossing the boarder.

Even God is against the ILLEGAL INVASION of America.

its only a matter of time before mother nature decides to wipe us off the face of her planet. These earthquakes every where are a warning of something bigger!!!


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