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Did you feel it? 3.6 quake near Lake Elsinore shook San Bernardino to San Clemente

By in Press Enterprise on February 11, 2018

By Marilyn Kalfus

A 3.6-magnitude earthquake about a mile north-northeast of Lakeland Village near Lake Elsinore shook parts of Riverside, San Bernardino and Orange counties early Sunday, Feb. 11.


The epicenter was two miles south of Lake Elsinore, five miles west-southwest of Canyon Lake, and 20 miles southeast of Corona.

The temblor, shortly after 1 a.m., had a depth of about 2.5 miles.

Light shaking could be felt in the San Clemente area as well as San Bernardino to Murrieta and Lakeland Village to Hemet, according to reports received by the U.S. Geological Survey.

No damages were reported.

Any other seismo-philes tracking the weird little earthquake swarm at Lake Elsinore and wondering if this 3.6 is a foreshock or the mainshock? 😅

— Seth (@seth7123) February 11, 2018

Earthquake came and went… second one in the last 2-weeks or so near Lake Elsinore ewk!

— Jesse Vera A. (@yeco32) February 11, 2018


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