3.6 Magnitude Earthquake Shakes The Carson Area

At approximately 7:01am Pacific Time on Thursday, April 30th, a magnitude 3.6 earthquake shook the Los Angeles area, centered east/northeast of Carson, California, according to the USGS. No reports of damage have been initially reported.

According to the U.S. Geological Survey, the epicenter was three miles from Isla Vista, five miles WSW from Goleta, and twelve miles west of Santa Barbara.

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