Dog in Santa Clarita sensed earthquake moments before it happened
Santa Clarita, Calif. (FOX 11) - A dog in Santa Clarita sensed a 6.4 magnitude earthquake moments before it happened Thursday morning.
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The quake's epicenter was about 10 miles northeast of Ridgecrest in Kern County, United States Geological Survey reported.
The powerful quake was felt across Southern California, Nevada, Arizona and even Mexico.
Some reported they did not receive a shake alert notification. The City of L.A. attributed the lack of notification due to the fact that the shaking was below a 4.5 and only sends alerts if shaking is over 5.0 in L.A. County.
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While the mobile app did not alert some residents, this canine, named Yumi, was able to alert her owner.
The Facebook video captures the canine barking in their backyard when the earthquakes struck.