Earthquake in Southern California

Minor Earthquake in Southern California - No Damage Reported

Minor Earthquake in Southern California

A minor earthquake with a Richter scale of 3.2 was reported in Southern California. No damage was reported.

The quake was centered in the San Fernando Valley and was felt by many people in the area. The Los Angeles Fire Department reported that they had received several calls from people who felt the tremor, but there were no reports of any damage.

What is a Richter Scale?

The Richter scale is a measure of the magnitude of an earthquake. It is based on the amount of energy released by the quake. The higher the number, the more powerful the quake.

The US Geological Survey (USGS) reported that the quake was a magnitude 3.2, which is considered to be a minor earthquake. Earthquakes of this magnitude are usually felt by people in the area, but rarely cause any damage.


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