Millions in southern California received an unfortunate wake-up call this morning as they were shaken out of bed by a 4.4-magnitude earthquake
An earthquake east of downtown Los Angeles rippled across Southern California before dawn Tuesday, jolting millions of people awake and putting first-responders on alert but causing no damage, injuries or power outages.
The magnitude-4.4 quake, centered about 10 miles east of downtown Los Angeles, struck shortly after 4 a.m., according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
“It was a shake, but not bad. Our inmates slept through it and we had a few calls, but not as many as you would think,” Pico Rivera sheriff’s station Sgt. Jacqueline Sanchez said. Deputies were immediately dispatched to check on bridges and dams, he said.
Los Angeles County Fire Department supervising dispatcher Andre Gougis said there were no reports of damage or injury and the department was at normal operations
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