Member Advisory: Magnitude 6.9 earthquake strikes California

July 6, 2019
Categories: Advisories

The United States Geological Survey (USGS) reported that a magnitude 6.9 earthquake struck California on 5 July. The eathquake’s epicenter was located 17 kilometers (4 miles) north-northeast of Ridgecrest, California.

Aftershocks ranging from magnitude 3 to 4 have likewise been reported. There have been no preliminary reports of casualties.

Individuals are advised to avoid the affected area and expect possible disruption to travel and essential services in the area.

  • Expect aftershocks, these could cause further damage.
  • Continue to monitor the local media and our website for further updates.

Our operations team is standing by 24/7/365 to provide travel assistance and advisory services to members. Contact Global Rescue at +1 617.459.4200 or email us at memberservices@globalrescue.com.


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