Monday, April 5, 2010

Earthquake: Police Answer 120 Calls

Scottsdale Arizona News -- A magnitude 7.2 earthquake struck Baja California, Mexico Sunday, prompting scores of phone calls to police.

Police received 120 calls into the communications unit reference the aftershock, said Officer David Pubins, Scottsdale police spokesman.

28 motion activated alarm calls occurred within the hour after the initial earthquake, Pubins said.

No damage was reported in Scottsdale, Pubins said.

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