3.6 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Thousand Oaks

Courtesty of Conejo Guardian

The epicenter of the quake, according to the USGS’s website.

A small earthquake struck Thousand Oaks as residents began their daily activities Monday morning. The United States Geological Survey reported that the 3.6 magnitude temblor hit at 7:59am and the epicenter was near Wildwood Park.

Shaking was felt as far east as Rancho Cucamonga and as far south as Long Beach, according to the USGS, with a depth of 2.4 kilometers.

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William Hicks

A family friend lives very close to where tis happened. In a previous eartquake her house was shook off its foundation. She lives on a filled lot and had the house rebuilt using her, then, earthquake insurance. The contractor had to drill down to bedrock in order to secure the new foundation. After the rebuild, her eartquake insurance premiums increased to where she could no longer afford it but she does have a new home.