Magnitude-5.1 earthquake in Ventura County shakes parts of Southern California

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Several aftershocks greater than magnitude-3.0 followed earthquake near Ojai, about 80 miles northwest of Los Angeles on the same day a tropical storm hit Southern California 

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Mother Nature dealt Southern California a one-two punch Sunday when an earthquake in Ventura County triggered widespread shaking on the same day

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The magnitude-5.1 earthquake at 2:41 p.m. startled Southern Californians who were already braced for the remnant of Hurricane Hilary

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which had already brought hours of steady rain during the region's driest month of the year. There were at least a dozen aftershocks of magnitude-3.0 or greater.

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The earthquake was centered about four miles southeast of Ojai, about 80 miles northwest of Los Angeles.

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Shaking was reported in Ventura, Camarillo, Oxnard, Newbury Park, Thousand Oaks, Simi Valley, Santa Barbara, parts of LA's San Fernando Valley, 

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Malibu, Porter Ranch, Manhattan Beach and other locations. At Tres Hermanas restaurant in Ojai, security camera video captured images and the jarring sound of shaking. 

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Ojai, a small scenic community on the edge of Los Padres National Forest about 12 miles north of Ventura, has a vibrant downtown

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There were no immediate reports of significant damage. The Ventura County Sheriff's Department conducted an aerial survey of Lake Casitas Dam

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