Two mysterious booms have been heard around the San Diego area on Tuesday afternoon.
Locals took to social media in their droves to question what had just happened.
‘Was that a San Diego #earthquake?’ one Twitter user asked at 3.25pm. Another said that she had heard a ‘loud a** boom and then I felt an earthquake’.
- Two mysterious booms were heard around San Diego on Tuesday afternoon
- Locals took to social media in their droves to ask what had just happened
- ‘Was that a San Diego #earthquake?’ one Twitter user asked at 3.25pm
- United States Geological Survey says it did not detect any earthquake
‘I don’t know if San Diego just had an earthquake or what but my windows rattled,’ another resident tweeted.
United States Geological Survey says it did not detect any earthquake in San Diego County on Tuesday afternoon.
However, residents of the suburb of Santee reported seeing a large glowing ball in the western sky.
Others insist that they felt the earth move.
‘I automatically thought it was a earthquake, my car started moving back & forth in Imperial Beach!’ Laura Reynolds said.
‘Was there an earthquake that made that big boom at 3:15 p.m.?’ Nancy Whitaker posted on Facebook.
A Coronado resident, who overheard the bangs, believe it could have been thunder.
Source: Daily Mail