According to the U.S Geological Survey, early Sunday morning, a 3.3 magnitude earthquake rattled the San Fernando Valley.
The earthquake occurred at 3:19 a.m. The center was less than a mile northwest of Chatsworth.
Around the Chatsworth area, people felt light or weak shaking, according to the USGS. However, there are no reported deaths, injuries, or major damages.
Twitter users claimed that the earthquake occurred in Chatsworth, Tarzana, and Sherman Oaks.
Yes indeed. That was an earthquake. Strong sharp jolt.
— Beverly White (@BeverlyNBCLA) May 3, 2020
— camila (@cescobar29) May 3, 2020