Earthquake Hits Northern California

Objectivity 4.9 | Credibility 4.9 | Relevance 4.6

Early Tuesday morning a 6.4-magnitude earthquake hit sections of Northern California, leaving thousands without electricity, widespread damage, and at least 2 reported injured.  Over 70,000 utility customers were left without power in Humboldt County until 8 a.m. ET.  Humboldt County’s Office of Emergency Services tweeted, “Power is out across the county” and later added, “DO NOT CALL 911 UNLESS YOU ARE EXPERIENCING AN IMMEDIATE EMERGENCY.”  The National Weather Service’s tsunami warning system said there was no threat of a tsunami.