WATCH: LA News Anchors Dive Under Desk During Earthquake

By Christine Burroni
|  Tuesday, Mar 18, 2014  |  Updated 8:46 AM CDT
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Two Los Angeles morning news anchors dove for cover when a magnitude-4.4 temblor rattled the region during their TV broadcast.

KTLA's Chris Schauble and Megan Henderson were reading the news when they felt their studio shake.

"Earthquake. We're having an earthquake," Schauble said.

As the cameras kept rolling, he and Henderson took shelter under their newsdesk. The monitor behind them showing the morning traffic could be seen shaking.

The pair then returned to their desk and Schauble pulled up U.S. Geological Survey information on a computer.

After the quake, Schauble took to social media to laugh along with viewers about his "earthquake face." He made a screenshot of the petrified reaction his profile picture on Twitter.

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