LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – A Southern California earthquake today 2013 has struck Los Angeles. The Southern California earthquake today April 26, 2013 began moments ago. It struck Marina Del Rey, Venice, Santa Monica, and the Pacific Palisades. Mapping released to news tonight reveals that the quake erupted south of Marina Del Rey, between Playa del Rey and Westchester, just east of Dockweiler Beach, and north of Manhattan Beach. No reports of injuries have yet to be indicated by local news.
Officials tell news that a moderate but shallow Southern California earthquake struck tonight. A 3.2 magnitude quake erupted in the region at 7:52 PM PST. The quake however posted a nominal depth. USGS indicates to news that the quake started only eight miles below ground level. As a result the quake could be felt across the region.
Unlike recent Marina Del Rey, West Los Angeles earthquakes, this one was not centered out to sea in the Pacific Ocean. It was centered on land. As a result, the quake’s impact was felt across the beach communities.
USGS indicates to news that quake started two miles southeast of Marina Del Rey. The quake was three miles northwest of El Segundo and four miles southwest of Culver City. Officials also tell news that quake was four miles west of Inglewood and twelve miles west of downtown.