News Alert!!: Corona, CA: 2 earthquakes just 24 hours after magnitude 4.4 earthquake.
A magnitude 3.8 earthquake hits Corona, California at around 11:40pm PT Wednesday night.
According to the U.S. Geological Survey the earthquake hit about eight miles WSW of Corona, California and the temblor occurred at a depth of 5.3 miles.
The earthquake was felt across the Fontana, California; Riverside, California; San Jacinto, California; Lake Elsinore, California; Menifee, California; Murrieta, California; Temecula, California; and Irvine, California.
A second earthquake a few hours later, a magnitude 3.2 earthquake, hit Fontana, California at around 1:50am PT early Thursday morning.
According to the U.S. Geological Survey that earthquake hit about 5 miles west northwest of Rialto, California and 6 miles south southwest of Devore, California and had a depth of about 1.1 miles.
There was no reports of damages or injuries in both earthquakes.
Both of these earthquakes happening just 24 hours after magnitude 4.4 earthquake shook people awake people in parts of the San Bernardino County, California at around 1:35am PT Wednesday morning.
According to the U.S. Geological Survey that earthquake hit about 3 miles north of Fontana, California and 5 miles west of Rialto, California and occurred just over 3 miles deep.
That earthquake was felt across the Fontana, California; Riverside, California; San Bernardino, California; Rancho Cucamonga, California; Hacienda Heights, California; Ontario, California; West Los Angeles, California; Downey, California; and Orange County, California.
That earthquake only caused items store shelves to be knocked off, dropped a chandelier at a home, and broken some windows at a school, but no reports of injuries.
This latest earthquakes, less then 24 hours a part from each other and around the time people are about to go to bed or are already a sleep, comes a day before the 20th Anniversary of the 1994 Northridge Earthquake that shook people out of their beds across San Bernardino County, California and as far away as Las Vegas, Nevada; Richfield, Utah; and Ensenada, Mexico from the epicenter that was located 20 miles west northwest of Los Angeles, California and just a mile south southwest of Northridge, California at around 4:31am PT on Monday, January 17th, 1994.
The 1994 Northridge Earthquake was earlier reported to be a magnitude 6.6 earthquake, but that magnitude was later upgraded to a magnitude 6.7 earthquake.
According to the United States Geological Survey, the 1994 Northridge Earthquake killed 60 people, injured 7,000 people, over 20,000 people were homeless, and caused an estimates cost of damage between $13 billion to $20 billion United States Dollars.
Everybody should take the time to prepare yourself, your family, and your friends for any disaster like an earthquake.
Make sure to have an Disaster Survival Kit and First Aid Kit ready and prepare a plan for what to do before, during, and after any disaster such as an earthquake.
ZachNews will have more information coming up as the 20th Anniversary of the 1994 Northridge Earthquake arrives this Friday, January 17th, 2014.