A series of four temblors struck California in about 12 hours, two of them near the small town of Cabazon, according to the US Geological Survey. Cabazon is about 45 miles east of the Los Angeles suburb, Riverside. The first quake was a 4.5 magnitude, while the second was a 3.2, the USGS reported. Residents in San Diego, 95 miles south of the 4.5 magnitude quake, felt the “initial jolt.” (source)
A 4.5 magnitude earthquake struck about 8 miles north of Cabazon near Palm Springs at 4:49 a.m. Tuesday, the USGS reported.
The preliminary magnitude was originally reported at a 4.6, but the USGS later downgraded it to a 4.5.
A 3.2 magnitude aftershock was reported moments later.
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