Magnitude 6.9 earthquake reported off of CA coast - Tucson News Now

Magnitude 6.9 earthquake reported off of CA coast

Posted: Updated:

(RNN) - A magnitude 6.9 earthquake has been reported off of the California coast Sunday, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

The temblor was reported in the Pacific Ocean at 9:21 p.m. Pacific Daylight Time. The epicenter was located about 48 miles west-northwest of Ferndale, CA, and about 250 miles northwest of Sacramento, CA.

There have been no reports of damage or injuries. The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center has not issued a tsunami warning.

Copyright 2014 Raycom News Network. All rights reserved.

  • Extreme weatherMore>>

  • Crews make gains on massive Washington wildfire

    Crews make gains on massive Washington wildfire

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 8:53 PM EDT2014-07-23 00:53:02 GMT
    Firefighters and local authorities are heartened by weather forecasts that call for continued cooler temperatures and higher humidity as they battle a destructive wildfire that has charred hundreds of square miles...
    A destructive wildfire in Washington state has grown slightly but firefighters have made progress in their efforts to get it under control.
  • Better weather aiding Washington wildfire fight

    Better weather aiding Washington wildfire fight

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 1:31 AM EDT2014-07-22 05:31:36 GMT
    Forecasters say calmer winds and cooler temperatures are headed for a fire-scorched region of Washington state, conditions that could help firefighters in their battle against wildfires that have charred hundreds...
    Calmer winds and cooler temperatures helped firefighters go on the offensive Monday against a destructive wildfire that has charred hundreds of square miles in Washington state and is the largest in state history.
  • Drone flyover shows WA wildfire damage

    Drone flyover shows WA wildfire damage

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 12:52 AM EDT2014-07-22 04:52:29 GMT
    Video from a remote-controlled aerial vehicle shows the damage left by the flames. 
    Video from a remote-controlled aerial vehicle shows the damage left by the flames. 
Powered by WorldNow