Greater than 150 earthquakes shook the California-Mexico border, with the biggest registering 5.3

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“There have been 152 earthquakes measuring all magnitudes,” mentioned seismologist Paul Caruso, talking through telephone from Golden, Colorado.Caruso mentioned the world isn’t closely populated and that it’s been recognized to have “swarms in the past.”A CNN workforce in Orange County mentioned they didn’t really feel any of the quakes.The earthquakes, starting from 2.5 to five.3 magnitude, took place in Calipatria, simply south of Salton Sea alongside the San Andreas Fault, the USGS map displays.Calipatria is set 30 miles north of the Mexican border and about 140 miles east of San Diego.Two 5.9 magnitude earthquakes struck within the Pacific Ocean round 89 and 98 miles west of the coastal the town of Gold Seaside, Oregon, after 1 a.m. PT on Friday, the USGS reported. No less than 4 earthquakes ranging in magnitudes from 3.9 to five.9 took place in that house in the previous couple of hours, consistent with USGS. CNN’s Alta Spells contributed to this file.

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