Southern California homeowners are shaken after a magnitude-4.0 earthquake.
Ojai, California, was rattled by a magnitude-4.0 earthquake that struck two miles from Ojai in Ventura County on Friday afternoon, November 03, 2023, at 1:12 p.m. Pacific Time, according to the United States Geological Survey.
The shaking was also felt in Santa Paula, Ventura, Oxnard, Camarillo, Simi Valley, Thousand Oaks, and as far as Sacramento.
Last month, a magnitude-3.7 struck the Ojai area on October 15, 2023. Another earthquake magnitude-5.1close to two months before hit the same region on August 20. A magnitude-4.0 earthquake is considered a minor seismic event. People in the affected area may feel it, and can cause minimal damage to buildings and infrastructure. Earthquakes of this magnitude are relatively common in seismically active regions.
Every earthquake has something to teach us and can serve as a reminder for those who do not have earthquake insurance to look for coverage today! Stay prepared and protect your home/valuables before it is too late.
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