Washington, July 30 : Universal Studio bosses have closed down the famous Jurassic Park in Los Angeles for the time being, after an earthquake hit the city.
On The 29th of July, a 5.4 scale earthquake followed by 30 aftershocks hit L.A.
The Universal Studios theme park bosses decided to close down Jurassic Park, the popular water rides and their Mummy attraction as a safety measure, reports Contactmusic.
Disneyland bosses have also decided to close down their amusement parks post the earthquake.
The earthquake, which rocked the city, had its epicentre in California around 30 miles away from L.A.
Meanwhile, the Disneyland bosses revealed the amusement parks would be reopened following an all park inspection.