@Aliyah111_ wrote: ‘I know angel numbers are important and all but mother nature didn’t need to have an earthquake at 4:44 am waking me up and everything.’
Unlike native Californians, NBA writer Chris Palmer has yet to have grown accustomed to the small tremors are often played down by locals.
‘That was my 27th earthquake in 10 years of living in LA. They always come at night,’ he tweeted. ‘Never feel smaller. Never get used to it.’
Palmer later wrote: ‘The Big One will happen in my lifetime. They predict next 50-70 years. I say 10 years. I went to Sequoia National Park. There was a 200-foot tree that was leaning. They said it would fall in 30 years. It fell 12 days later. #Earthquake”
The strongest earthquake to ever hit California was a magnitude 7.9 on January 9, 1857 in Fort Tejon. Two people were killed.
A magnitude 7.8 tremor rattled San Francisco on April 18, 1906, killing 3,000 people and displacing 225,000.
A magnitude 6.7 earthquake
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