LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – A Malibu earthquake today 2013 has struck Los Angeles, just as the Camarillo fire continues. The Malibu earthquake today Friday May 3, 2013 followed another quake, with the same epicenter, last night. No reports of damage have yet to be indicated by local news.
Officials tell news that a Malibu earthquake today 2013 struck off the coast in the Pacific Ocean. The light quake followed a moderate quake last night. USGS indicates to news that one quake today erupted at 1:37 am PST. Another quake posting a 3.2 magnitude began last night shortly before 11 PM PST.
USGS indicates to news that the quakes have been shallow. They have been erupting at roughly eight miles below sea level. As a result, the quakes have been felt across the region.
The quakes have been centered in the Channel Islands Region. They were three miles from Malibu, officials tell news. They erupted eleven miles south of Westlake Village, twelve miles south of Agoura Hills, fifteen miles southeast of Thousand Oaks and thirty-one miles west of downtown Los Angeles.
In related news, another quake struck near San Jose this morning. That moderate quake was centered thirty-six miles southeast of San Jose, eight miles north of Hollister and eight miles east of Gilroy.