A magnitude 5.3 earthquake rattled Southern California and was felt by cities over 90 miles away from the area. According to USA Today, the shaking happened on a Saturday morning and could be felt in an apartment building near Del Mar, California, which is situated approximately 95 miles from the location of the earthquake.
Deadline reported, citing the United States Geological Survey (USGS), that the 5.3 magnitude earthquake felt in Southern California was a part of a "flurry" of quakes in Imperial County.
California Earthquake Rattles Southern Part of the State
It’s a #swarmysaturday around the Salton Sea in SoCal right now! It started with an earthquake swarm kicking off at 1 AM PST this morning and so far the largest earthquake was a M5.3 at 10:55 AM. You can find details about the #earthquake here: https://t.co/Ov96nkHWZs
— USGS Earthquakes (@USGS_Quakes) June …