Earthquake: 3.3 magnitude earthquake in San Fernando Valley

Earthquake: 3.3 magnitude earthquake in San Fernando Valley
Earthquake: 3.3 magnitude earthquake in San Fernando Valley

A 3.3 magnitude earthquake struck the San Fernando Valley on Sunday morning.

The epicenter of the quake occurred at 3:19 am, which took place in Chusworth. According to the US Geological Survey. In the USA, a slight tremor was felt in the northwest section of the valley, while a slight tremor was felt in the rest of the valley and in Los Angeles and the Westside.

Shaking lights, as defined in the revised Mercalli Intensity Scale, can wake people up and shake dishes and windows, shake stationary motor vehicles, and feel like a truck hitting a building .

Within 20 minutes of the earthquake, hundreds of people reported feeling the earthquake and reported it to the USGS "Have you felt it? Crowdsourcing survey. Residents reported feeling as far away as Simi Valley, Santa Clarita and Santa Monica gave information.

No earthquakes of magnitude 3.0 or above have occurred in the past 10 days.

According to a recent sample of three-year data, the Los Angeles metropolitan area experiences an average of five earthquakes between 3.0 and 4.0 per year.

The earthquake struck at a depth of 4.3 miles. Did you feel this earthquake? Consider reporting your feelings for the USGS.

Even if you did not feel this small earthquake, you would never know when the Great One would strike. Prepare by following our five-step earthquake preparedness guide and building your own emergency kit.

The first version of this story was automatically generated by QuakeBoat, a computer application that monitors the latest earthquakes detected by the USGS. The Times editor reviewed the publication before it was published, and a Times reporter updated it. If you are interested in learning more about the system, visit our list of frequently asked questions.

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