Small quake reported in southern IL

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Image Courtesy MGN Online

The United States Geological Survey recorded a 3.6 magnitude natural disaster near Los Angeles Monday night.

The epicenter of the natural disaster, which struck at 11:20 p.m., was just west of the Sepulveda Pass section of the 405 Freeway in the Santa Monica Mountains.

KNBC-TV reports many SoCal residents reported feeling it from Costa Mesa, the Pacific Palisades, Inglewood and more. Weak or light shaking was felt up to 229 miles away.

There are no reports of damage or injuries.

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But not everyone felt the temblor - some in Westwood slept through the natural disaster.

The tremors categorised as intensity 4 and 5 were also felt in parts of the San Fernando Valley. Some dishes, windows broken.

"We get these size earthquakes fairly frequently", Zachary Reeves, a U.S.

The quake was epicentered in the same area where a magnitude 5.2 natural disaster struck in April, 2008, causing high rises to sway as far away as Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and damaged building facades in our area, Louisville, and Nashville.

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