An earthquake appeared to hit close to San Diego in Southern California on Wednesday morning, but it’s unclear if it was actually a quake. Some speculated that it could have been a sonic boom from a plane. The US Geological Survey hasn’t given an update as to what the incident was.
On Twitter, a large number of people wrote about feeling a quake near San Diego. Some said they felt it in Laguna Beach, Oceanside, and in other parts of Orange County.
The incident appeared to hit at around 9:35 a.m. local time. However, at around 10:15 a.m. and later at around 10:50 a.m., people in Southern California tweeted that they could feel more shaking around San Diego. “Two times I have felt shaking this morning… earthquake? Or something else?” one person said.
“Just had all of our windows shaking in the house. #earthquake anyone else in #sandiego,” one person tweeted at 10:55 a.m.
The US Geological Survey, which tracks quakes, has not given an update yet about if there was a quake or what the magnitude was. An earthquake map shows the last quake to hit California was 0.6-magnitude one in The Geysers, located in the northern part of the state. The map didn’t show any recent quakes in Southern California on Wednesday.
However, a large number of people on Twitter were talking about feeling an earthquake.
“Anyone in #sandigo feel some shaking around 9:35? #earthquake #sonicboom,” one person tweeted.
Said another, “Sure did feel the #earthquake on the 5th floor of the office today. #sandiego.”
“Anyone else feel that? Felt like an earthquake to me up in Oceanside!” added another.
Tweeted another: “Anyone’s else feel that #earthquake in #sandiego ?”
“#Earthquake in OC. My house was seriously Rocking,” one wrote.
“That was either a #sonicboom or minor #earthquake that just hit our house at 9:55AM in #LagunaBeach. Anyone else feel it?” wrote another.