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3.7-Magnitude Earthquakes Shakes LA

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A 3.7 quake shook a large area of Southern California early Friday morning at 12:14am. The shaking was felt all the way from Compton to Orange County and San Fernando Valley.

Its epicenter is not far from the Newport-Inglewood fault, which caused the famous Long Beach earthquake back in 1933. It’s a haunting reminder of the dangers that come with the fault’s existence. Thankfully, the earthquake this morning was too weak to cause any significant damages in the Los Angeles area, leaving Californians to face the rest of the week casualty-free.

So, take a deep breath. Everything is going to fine, after all.

Vivian Wang

Vivian is a travel enthusiast and food connoisseur living in New York City. Her curiosity and passion for languages and culture has taken her across eight countries over the past year. When not working, you can find her meandering in art museums or sampling food at the street markets.

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