Earthquake In Los Angeles
June 6, 2011 by USA Post
Earthquake In Los Angeles, Authorities say a small earthquake was felt near Los Angeles early Monday, but there were no reports of injuries or damage. U.S. Geological Survey says the magnitude 3.4 earthquake shortly after midnight and was centered about 10 miles south of downtown Los Angeles and about 15 kilometers deep.
“I felt it. It was a bit stupid,” said Sgt. Matthew King of the station in Los Angeles County Sheriff Compton, near the epicenter. But he said the office had no calls from the public or reports of injuries or damage. USGS web site that records the responses of people feel tremors recorded hundreds of hits from the metropolitan Los Angeles. A pair of small earthquakes shook Los Angeles County early today, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. At 12:09 am, an earthquake of magnitude 3.4 struck the Willowbrook area, a community in the County of Los Angeles near El Segundo and about 32 miles southwest of the nut. A second earthquake struck at 12:13 am, an earthquake magnitude 1.3, whose epicenter was in the community of San Fernando Valley Encino.
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