Los Angeles Earthquake Today: March 16, 2010
A 4.4 Magnitude Earthquake hits Los Angeles, California Today. Yes, it’s true and the Bible code predictions are becoming true. Californians were disturbed from their sleep before dawn as a small but strongly felt earthquake struck beneath Los Angeles’ eastern suburbs.
Good thing there were no reported damages or injuries, however, this earthquake appeared to be the strongest this month with a magnitude-4.4 temblor, which struck at exactly 4:04 in the morning.
“It was really scary, I thought it was the end of the world,” said Tyrone Charles Solee, a 50-year-old resident of Los Angeles.
Our various sources said that the recent earthquake was centered 12 miles under the city of Pico Rivera and 10 miles southeast of downtown Los Angeles.
According to the U.S. Geological Survey, The earthquake was felt south to San Diego County, east and north to the deserts and west along the coast through Malibu and into neighboring County of Ventura.
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