A 4.5 magnitude earthquake occurred in southern California, Losangeles.

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 A 4.5 magnitude earthquake occurred in southern California, Losangeles.


The earthquake epicenter was located in Riverside County, 6 miles south southeast of the South California peak San G - Grand peak, 8 miles deep, according to the U. S. Seismological Bureau. At least 27 aftershocks occurred after the earthquake, with the highest magnitude of 3.2. There are no reports of casualties and serious property losses caused by the earthquake. The station was located about 9 miles east of downtown Losangeles, when the earthquake was very obvious. According to US media reports, most of the southern California in southern Santiago and North Santa Clara Rita felt tremors. Many residents woke up from their sleep. David Alison, who was in the car at the time, said that when the earthquake came, it felt like a car suddenly ran from behind, and the whole car was shaking. The earthquake was under the San Bernardino Mountains near the San Andreas fault. The San Andreas fault, which runs through southern California, is one of the longest and most active faults on the earths surface. At a press conference held on the morning of the California Institute of Technology earthquake laboratory, experts said that in view of the 8 - day earthquake, the probability of a larger earthquake in the next week increased by 1 to 2 percentage points, and the probability would be reduced a week later. Seismologists say that such a magnitude earthquake is not uncommon in the San Andreas fault zone, almost every two years. The last time was the 4.4 magnitude earthquake in January 2016. The 8 day earthquake is not directly related to the recent volcanic eruption and earthquakes in Hawaii. Source: China News Net editor: Zhu Xiaodong _NBJS6126 The station was located about 9 miles east of downtown Losangeles, when the earthquake was very obvious. According to US media reports, most of the southern California in southern Santiago and North Santa Clara Rita felt tremors. Many residents woke up from their sleep. David Alison, who was in the car at the time, said that when the earthquake came, it felt like a car suddenly ran from behind, and the whole car was shaking. The earthquake was under the San Bernardino Mountains near the San Andreas fault. The San Andreas fault, which runs through southern California, is one of the longest and most active faults on the earths surface. At a press conference held on the morning of the California Institute of Technology earthquake laboratory, experts said that in view of the 8 - day earthquake, the probability of a larger earthquake in the next week increased by 1 to 2 percentage points, and the probability would be reduced a week later. Seismologists say that such a magnitude earthquake is not uncommon in the San Andreas fault zone, almost every two years. The last time was the 4.4 magnitude earthquake in January 2016. The 8 day earthquake is not directly related to the recent volcanic eruption and earthquakes in Hawaii.