A small earthquake could have been noticed by people in Los Angeles late in the evening on April 22. The tremors were most pronounced 1.5 km south of View Park-Windsor Hills. The magnitude was about 3.7 on the Richter scale.
European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre currently lists the earthquake’s depth as 10 km (6 miles), with level IV on the Macroseismic Intensity scale, which means “largely observed” effects.
Many L.A. residents were startled by the tremors, reporting blinking lights, vibrating walls and shaking furniture.
LA Mayor Eric Garcetti has already tweeted about this incident. He noted the fact of the earthquake and said that he had given an order to the municipal services of the city about an unscheduled check for possible destructions.