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Magnitude 7.0 and Tsunami Warning

06/14/05 | by Clarise | Categories: In real life

A friend of mine called around 8 PM tonight concerned about me. I live by the ocean. There was a tsunami warning which was briefly in effect from the California-Mexico border all the way north to Vancouver Island, British Columbia. There was a 7.0-magnitude earthquake that struck at about 7:50 p.m, by the Coast of Northern California, 91 miles, WSW (252°) from Crescent City, CA. I assured my friend that Crescent is far away from where I live. Crescent is about 20 miles south of the Oregon border and 300 miles away from San Francisco.

The tsunami warning was called off an hour after the earthquake. So, to all of you concerned about me (and Joseph), I am (we are) fine and the waves seem to be behaving. :) Thank you for all your concern.

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