3.2 magnitude earthquake rattles Santa Monica Bay

April 28, 2013SANTA MONICA, CA. — According to the U.S. Geological Survey, a minor earthquake shook the Santa Monica Bay area at approximately 7:52 p.m. Saturday, April 27. With a preliminary magnitude of 3.2, the tremor occurred roughly two miles north of El Segundo and two miles south of Marina Del Rey. The Los Angeles Fire Department announced that it was in its regular operating mode post-quake. According to the USGS Community-Generated Intensity Map, the 3.2 quake was detected in many areas on both the Westside and the South Bay by more than 1,400 people. No emergency calls were made following the quake. Twitter results showed that the jolt was felt by people on Sepulveda and Washington boulevards, south of Sony Studios in Culver City and in West Hollywood. –Canyon News
6.2 magnitude earthquake also struck the Kermadec Islands. It was the 13th major earthquake to strike the planet in the month of April.
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1 Response to 3.2 magnitude earthquake rattles Santa Monica Bay

  1. I didn’t feel it… but some of my family members did… business as usual here in L.A. – now if we get to the 5’s or above, then stuff gets interesting!!

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