4.5-magnitude earthquake strikes near Cabazon, USGS says

Wednesday, 09 May, 2018

A 4.5 magnitude natural disaster struck about 8 miles north of Cabazon near Palm Springs at 4:49 a.m. Tuesday, the USGS reported.

The first quake was a 4.5 magnitude, while the second was a 3.2, the USGS reported.

While information is still coming in, the government agency said there is a low likelihood of casualties and damage.

The U.S. Geological Survey said the quake was felt from the Inland Empire region to Los Angeles and Orange counties. Preliminary reports from firefighters suggested there was no damage.

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There were no immediate reports of injuries.

Though scores of Southern Californians felt the predawn quakes, Jones assured residents that temblors of this size are fairly common statewide and are representative of normal California natural disaster activity. More than 6,700 people had reported feeling the earth movements by 5:30 a.m. on the official USGS website.

A small natural disaster rattled a large swath of Southern California. Twitter user David Elias, who tweeted from Woodcrest in Riverside County, joked that "an natural disaster wakes me up like an alarm never could". A woman in Pico Rivera in southeast L.A. County tweeted: "Wow the quake was all the way in Banning, I thought it was here".