A bulk 3.6 earthquake hit Los Angeles at the end of Monday. Experts said it was unlikely that it would cause serious damage.
The Los Angeles earthquake hit nearly 4 miles northwest of Westwood at 11:20. Local time There was no immediate report on damage or loss.
"We are getting these big earthquakes quite often, and any serious damage would be highly unlikely," said Seismologist Zachary Reeves of the Geological Survey, according to the Los Angeles Times.
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