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WATCH: Exact Moment Earthquake Strikes FOX 11 Studios

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Watch as anchors Bob DeCastro, Araksya Karapetyan and Tony McEwing react in real time as the earthquake strikes. Turn up the volume because the audio is the most telling part of the video. The earthquake centered in Westwood is very close to the FOX Television Center, home to FOX 11 News in Los Angeles.

At approximately 6:25am Pacific Time on Monday, March 17th, a magnitude 4.4 earthquake shook the Los Angeles area, centered near Westwood, California, according to the USGS. No reports of damage have been initially reported.

PHOTOS: Some viewers have submitted photos of damage, which you can see here.

BLOGS:
Tony McEwing: Our morning anchor writes a blog about being on the desk.
Araksya Karapetyan also wrote about how it brought her back to devastating memory from her past.
Marla Tellez writes about being prepared for the next one.

CHECKLIST:
Are you prepared for an earthquake? Here's a checklist.

PREVIOUS EARTHQUAKES:
To read more about previous Los Angeles earthquakes, check out our Earthquake section here.

SOCIAL MEDIA CHATTER:
To follow the social media posts about the earthquake, follow #Earthquake on Twitter.

 

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