Last week, two major earthquakes hit southern California in the area of Ridgecrest, 150 miles away from Los Angeles. On Thursday, a 6.4 magnitude earthquake rocked the state. This earthquake was the largest earthquake in around two decades.
However, that record was broken one day later as the are was rocked by a 7.1 magnitude earthquake. The impact was so strong that the Cali quake was felt in Las Vegas, in which the NBA Summer League games were cancelled for the evening.
Remember that three weeks ago, I let you know that tremors that have never been seen before in the Pacific Northwest were a sign of bigger things to come along the west coast.