Earthquake Long Beach

August 19, 2011 by USA Post 

Earthquake Long BeachEarthquake Long Beach, Hey LBCers? Did you feel the earth move under his feet a few minutes? An earthquake of magnitude 3.2 struck two miles SSE of Long Beach (which is 20 miles SSE of the Civic Center of Los Angeles) at 2:45 this afternoon, according to the USGS.

Most people on Twitter in the area of?? Long Beach and Los Angeles seem to be saying they missed it. “Earthquake? I did not feel anything,” one Twitter user.

If you want to scare him, said Quake Prediction about 40 minutes before 3.2 hit today, “NOTICE OF EARTHQUAKE 39 hours, a strong earthquake is likely in Long Beach, Lake Elsinore area in the next 39 hours, “and are now saying what happened this afternoon was a precursor to bigger to come.

No matter if you believe the publicity or not, a jolt as small as this is a great reminder to make sure you have an earthquake response plan and emergency supplies.

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