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3.8 Earthquake Shakes Long Beach

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A minor 3.8 magnitude earthquake struck Long Beach Friday at 9:06 a.m., according to the USGS. People reported feeling it as far as Riverside, Orange County and the Antelope Valley. Per the Long Beach Post on Twitter, the quake was centered around the traffic circle in city's Park Estates area. As always, every little earthquake should be a reminder to get prepared for when a large strikes.