An earthquake Saturday evening in Ventura County, California, only north of Los Angeles had a primer proportion of magnitude 4.1 on the Richter scale, as per a report.
The action was subsequently reconsidered to 4.0, the Ventura County Star detailed.
There were no quick reports of huge wounds or primary harm, news revealed.
The tremor struck around 5:44 p.m. PT around four miles northwest of Santa Paula, with an expected profundity of around 16 miles, the U.S. Geographical Survey said, as per media.
A comparative estimated shudder struck a similar region Feb. 10, the Star detailed.
The two shakes were thought of “exceptionally profound” for the Southern California area, seismologist Dr. Lucy Jones wrote in a Twitter message.
Saturday’s shaking was felt as far south as Long Beach and as far west as Santa Barbara, report.