Survey Says… 2.9!

Anything fall off your bookshelves last night? Not here either, but just in case you were wondering, here’s the details of last night’s quake:

Magnitude: 2.9 – local magnitude (ML)

Saturday, February 26, 2005 at 9:08:03 PM (PST)
Sunday, February 27, 2005 at 5:08:03 (UTC)

Distance from:
Encino, CA – 1 km (1 miles) SE (136 degrees)
Sherman Oaks, CA – 4 km (2 miles) W (273 degrees)
Tarzana, CA – 4 km (3 miles) WSW (244 degrees)
Burbank, CA – 17 km (11 miles) W (259 degrees)
Los Angeles Civic Center, CA – 25 km (15 miles) WNW (296 degrees)

Coordinates: 34 deg. 9.1 min. N (34.152N), 118 deg. 29.4 min. W (118.490W)
Depth: 10.6 km (6.6 miles)

5 thoughts on “Survey Says… 2.9!”

  1. Wow, I felt my first earthquake!! I didn’t realize that’s what it was — I just thought someone next door or downstairs had slammed a door so hard it shook the building.

  2. Same here in West LA. It had to have been more than a 3.0, felt like an elephant nudged the apartment building…or maybe it was my ex? :P

  3. Earthquake?!?! I missed it?!?! I was in Westchester around 9 and in Santa Monica during the second – didn’t feel anything. (Was that 5 a.m. or 5 p.m.?)

  4. In Sherman Oaks it felt like a giant kicked the building once, then again about 15 seconds later. The whole wall shook, but in two giant shakes.

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