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WATCH: TV anchors live on air during LA earthquake

4.4 quake causes no significant damage

Seismologists now say the earthquake that rolled across Los Angeles before dawn was magnitude 4.4.

The 6:25 a.m. Monday temblor was initially estimated at 4.7.

News anchors at TV station KTLA felt the rumble as you'll see below.

The quake was centred 15 miles (24 kilometres) west-northwest of the downtown civic centre and occurred at a depth of about 5 miles (8 kilometres).

The Los Angeles Fire Department has received no immediate reports of damage.

 

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  1. Ryan posted on 03/17/2014 01:49 PM
    Dang, that newslady is HOT! She is gorgeous!
  2. Karl Burgin posted on 03/19/2014 01:13 PM
    Things to take away from this:

    1.> We weren't fooling around under the desk- honest. I'm sure the guy isn't complaining.
    2.> The guy to the left of the anchor woman left so fast, his chair was literally spinning around. That is amazing.
    3.> I'm not sure why they're pointing at the rafters. The lights are BARELY swinging.
    4.>Earthquake damage to building = over 10 grand
    Probable damage to computers/studio equipment= $1000
    Facial expression of the anchorman before diving under desk = priceless
    5.>The anchorman sure ain't no gentleman. He got under the desk before the lady did. No chivalry when it comes to natural disasters I guess.
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