California Earthquake Friday Night of 7.1 Magnitude Felt in Mexico

Reports have emerged from California on Friday night that an even bigger, longer-lasting earthquake has trembled. Reports of a 7.1 magnitude earthquake has shaken the Golden State just one day after the 6.4 tremor shook things from Los Angeles to Las Vegas.

An earthquake was reported again in the same region halfway between the two large cities, sending notice to residents.

The Los Angeles Times reported at 8:20 p.m. PT that a 7.1-magnitude quake was felt in Ridgecrest, California.

In that area of the epicenter, there have been more than 117 quakes that registered greater than 3.0, according to The Times.

Yes, another #earthquake. Reminder, only use 911 for emergencies. 877-ASK-LAPD for non emergencies in the City of LA. The LAPD will be working with our city partners to ensure everyone’s safety in the City of Los Angeles.

— LAPD HQ (@LAPDHQ) July 6, 2019

On Thursday, a 6.4-magnitude earthquake shook buildings and rattled neighborhoods from Vegas to L.A.

This story is developing, and updates will be provided as information becomes available.

Second California Quake
A worker cleans up in a liquor store after a 6.4 magnitude earthquake struck the area and knocked over bottles in the store on July 4, 2019 near Ridgecrest, California. The earthquake was the largest to strike Southern California in 20 years with the epicenter located in a remote area of the Mojave Desert. The temblor was felt by residents across much of Southern California. Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images