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Small Early Morning Earthquake Shakes LA's South Bay

A small earthquake caused light shaking early Friday in parts of Los Angeles’ South Bay.

The magnitude-2.6 quake was reported just after 5 a.m. It was centered in El Segundo, about 20 miles southwest of downtown LA.

Light shaking was reported in nearby communities, including Hermosa Beach, Manhattan Beach and other coastal communities.

A small earthquake caused light shaking early Friday in parts of Los Angeles’ South Bay.

The quake followed a magnitude-3.6 earthquake at about 3 a.m. in northern San Diego County. Shaking from that quake centered in the small community of Warner Springs was reported in Ramona, Valley Center, Escondido, El Cajon and other locations.


Source: NBC Los Angeles

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