Southern California was rattled by a 4.4 earthquake Tuesday night and was quickly followed by a 3.4-magnitude aftershock, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
The quake was centered near the Los Angeles County city of La Verne, about 83 miles northwest of Palm Springs and 25 miles east of downtown Los Angeles, the quake and the aftershock were recorded shortly after 7:30 p.m. PDT and separated by just under a minute.
DID YOU FEEL IT? A preliminary 4.4 earthquake was felt just north of La Verne. Probably felt over large parts of LA metro, according to USGS. No damages have been reported. pic.twitter.com/zzq1o5vdWD
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