LA VERNE, Calif. — An earthquake has actually rattled Southern California, however there are no instant reports of damage or injuries.
The U.S. Geological Survey states a magnitude 4.4 earthquake struck about 7:33 p.m. Tuesday. It was focused about 3 miles north of the city of La Verne in the San Gabriel Valley, about 25 miles east of downtown Los Angeles.
It was followed a by a magnitude 3.4 temblor a minute later on.
The primary quake was extensively felt, either as a sharp shock near the center or a rolling movement even more away.
It shook structures for a number of seconds in downtown Los Angeles.
The shock likewise was felt 40 miles away in Sylmar to the northwest and 30 miles south in Huntington Beach.