One thing shook San Diego Tuesday night time and nobody actually knew what it was, aside from golf legend Phil Mickelson, apparently.
At round 8:30 p.m., San Diegans, together with some NBC 7 San Diego workers, took to Twitter to see if anybody else felt their houses shake, or heard a rattling growth.
Reporter Melissa Adan thought her dwelling was underneath siege. Sports activities anchor Darnay Tripp thought the identical.
Staffers at our station in Serra Mesa felt the constructing shake, too.
The U.S. Geological Survey hasn’t reported any local earthquakes. Obligation Seismologist Jonathan Tytell mentioned the “occasion” was picked up by three sensors; one in Rosarito, Mexico, one other in Pala, and a 3rd on Barrett Mountain. Tytell mentioned the “occasion” positively wasn’t an earthquake.
In the meantime, the San Diego Police Division mentioned it’d been fielding calls about it.
NBC 7 Twitter followers reported listening to and feeling the phenomena largely in central neighborhoods like Mission Valley, North Park and Linda Vista. One follower from south of the border mentioned they felt it in Tijuana, Mexico. Others in Fallbrook and Encinitas mentioned they did not really feel a factor.
Then, 2021 PGA Champion Phil Mickelson chimed in.
“My dangerous. I used to be testing just a few drivers,” Mickelson tweeted. The six-time main winner has reinvented his recreation late in his profession, and it is all about hitting “bombs and hellacious seeds.”
NBC 7 remains to be working to verify Mickelson’s report. Possibly the oldsters up at Callaway can confirm his claims.
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The U.S. authorities did simply release a tantalizing report on extraterrestrial activity. Possibly it was the Martians returning our rover.
In fact, San Diego County is a navy area with quite a lot of bases. It might’ve been a supersonic plane buzzing our tower, or perhaps some top-secret expertise take a look at. Will we ever know?
A Navy spokesperson mentioned they weren’t conscious of any operations that may’ve resulted in an occasion like this one.
Final week, Camp Pendleton mentioned there can be artillery training on base between 6 a.m. and midnight, June 5-11.
San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria desires everybody to know that he would not know both.
“Sure, I heard it. No, I don’t know what it was,” the mayor tweeted.