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3.2 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Off PV Coast

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Another small earthquake rattled today, measuring 3.2 magnitude and a little bit closer to home.

The latest shake happened at 12:25 on Sunday of the Palos Verdes coast in the Channel Islands region, according to the USGS.

The epicenter was located 12 miles from Palos Verdes Point, 18 miles from Torrance, 22 miles from El Segundo, CA and 34 miles from Los Angeles Civic Center in downtown LA.