San Andreas Fault: 3.6 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Los Angeles

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A magnitude 3.6 natural disaster was felt in Los Angeles on Monday night, particularly on the Westside and in the San Fernando Valley. The quake's epicenter was nearly four miles northwest of Westwood, California, and brought light to moderate shaking to the surrounding areas.

While no injuries or damage has been reported yet, celebrities were vocal about the shaking on Twitter.

The magnitude 3.6 quake struck off at around 11.20pm on the Westside and the San Fernando Valley.

The quake was felt as far away as Palmdale, Riverside and Laguna Beach, according to the USGS citizen-response system.

Residents said they felt the temblor in San Bernardino Counties including in Palms, Studio City, North Hollywood, West Los Angeles, South Los Angeles, Inglewood, Westwood Village, Van Nuys, Santa Monica and Marina Del Rey. The agency says the quake caused light to moderate shaking and very light damage.

The U.S. Geological Survey reports that a small natural disaster in southeastern Illinois was felt across parts of Illinois, Indiana and Kentucky.



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