Out in the desert I felt it but here it was of shorter duration and much milder. I felt a slight north/south rolling motion for maybe 10 or so seconds and some hanging plants and the fan in the living room rocked a bit but thats it.
Having been on top of the 7.6 Landers quake a few years ago what I felt here today was very mild since I'm farther away from the epicenter this time.
Looking at the USGS map... at least it looks like its not on the San Andreas...
I'm in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. Phones are going wacky here.
Use email - it seems to be the only thing working!
My hubby works in Diamond Bar (Grand at the 60 & 57 Frwys) and I haven't heard from him yet. He's in charge of IT for a major food distribution company, so he's probably in the middle of his disaster recovery mission but I still want to hear from him!
I work in Downtown Los Angeles and waiting for the lunch buffet to open in one of the older buidling. The shaking wasn't as bad as the creaking of the building. I just froze, waited until it was over and got the hell out of there.
I was at work in Walnut which is not too far from Chino Hills. We got hit pretty good. It knocked the power out, and myself and a colleague jumped under a desk. When I got back to my office, much of my stuff was scattered all over the floor. My kids were home with my oldest (15) and I couldn't get through, so I floored it in the carpool lane to get home. I only broke about 15 laws getting back, but I did it in a safe way. : The kids all jumped under the doorway.
Our greatest casualty was the lego death star. It took my son quite a while to put that thing together.