LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – Another Los Angeles earthquake today 2014 has struck La Habra and Brea again. A Los Angeles earthquake today October 27, 2014 has struck just after 8:59 am PST. No damage is expected.
Officials tell news that a 2.5 magnitude Los Angeles earthquake today began moments ago. The quake was shallow. Reps tell news that the quake started less than one mile below ground level. As a result, the quake could be felt across the region. Reps tell news that the quake was one mile north of Brea. It was two miles east of La Habra and roughly two miles south of Rowland Heights. The quake started four miles northeast of Fullerton as well, reps tell news
The same fault has been active since March of this year. At the time, a significant quake erupted on that fault, prompting shifting across most of Southern California. Then, on March 31, a 2.7 magnitude Los Angeles earthquake struck one mile east of La Habra. It was one mile NW of Brea and three miles SW of Rowland Heights. The quake was four miles north of Fullerton and close to Anaheim. That quake was followed stronger quakes on Friday. One of the strongest hit Rowland Heights at the time, news analysts noted.