Los Angeles is plagued by a 3.7-magnitude earthquake for days after vibrations have shaken San Francisco Bay
- The quake struck at 12.19 pm in Compton close to Compton Boulevard
- Hit near a fault line that caused the death of 120 during an earthquake in 1933
- The Newport-Inglewood fault line runs under many California cities
An earthquake with a magnitude of 3.7 struck early Friday morning in Los Angeles.
The earthquake struck at 12.19 pm in Compton close to Compton Boulevard and vibrations felt up to Orange County and the San Fernando Valley.
The Friday morning shudder was registered by the US Geological Survey as coming from about two miles from the Newport-Inglewood error.
A 3.7-magnitude earthquake struck early Friday morning in Los Angeles and the US Geological Survey said it was about two miles from the Newport-Inglewood fault
An earthquake fault caused the death of 120 people during the Long Beach earthquake in 1933. 52 people died in Long Beach and 17 people in Compton.
The danger of the error is that it runs under many California cities and can cause significant destruction with an earthquake of a sufficient size.
The USGS said the quake saw houses in Compton shake on Friday morning, along with houses in Lynwood, Gardena, Willowbrook, Lakewood, and northern Long Beach.
Less intense shaking happened in the Los Angeles Basin and the San Gabriel Valley.
Houses shuddered in Burbank and Rowland Heights.
The earthquake was not strong enough on Friday to cause serious damage or risk to people.
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