Volcano off Oregon, Washington Coast Erupts, L.A. Quake (Updated)

Small earthquake rattles the greater Los Angeles area

The U.S. Geological Survey says an earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 3.9 hit at 4:07 a.m. Sunday. It was centered a mile northwest of the View Park-Windsor Hills neighborhood, just north of the cities of Inglewood and Culver City.”

UPDATE:  Undersea Volcano Apparently Erupts Off Oregon Coast, No Tsunami Threat

Volcano may be erupting off Oregon, Washington

PORTLAND, Ore. — Geologists say a volcano may be erupting 300 miles off the Pacific Northwest coast.

Oregon State University scientist Bill Chadwick predicted that the Axial Seamount would erupt this year, and though he won’t be able to confirm that it has until he makes the trip out to the seamount, all signs point to an eruption on April 24, The Oregonian reported.

On April 24, there was a spike of nearly 8,000 earthquakes at Axial Sea, normally there are about 300. . . .

. . . . Officials say an eruption is not a threat to coastal residents because the earthquakes are small and seafloor movements are gradual, so they won’t cause a tsunami.


LINK –  http://youtu.be/tGyriUiP_rw

May 2nd Mich. earthquake –
Mary Greeley reports –

LINK – http://youtu.be/B4LWaqM8M_M

LINK – http://youtu.be/VEIYGaYdNaU

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