Earthquake Centered In Ventura County Rocks Parts Of Southern California
No injuries reported from magnitude 3.6 temblor.
Maybe you felt it. A small earthquake centered in Ventura County rocked much of Southern California Monday morning.
The magnitude 3.6 quake occurred at 7:59 a.m. It was centered about two miles northwest of Thousand Oaks.
There are no reports of damge, or injuries. The quake was felt in much of Ventura County, as well as in parts of Los Angeles County. Some people reported feeling it as far away as Orange County, and Bakersfield.