Magnitude 4.5 natural disaster strikes near Cabazon, CA

An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 4.6 struck about 8 miles north of Cabazon at4:49 a.m

An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 4.6 struck about 8 miles north of Cabazon at4:49 a.m

This morning, May 8, at 4:49 a.m., a 4.5 magnitude quake near Cabazon, California, just north of the San Jacinto Mountains National Forest, could be felt in Dana Point nearly 100 miles away. There were no reports of damages or injuries.

The quake hit at 3:49 AM local time at a depth of 12 kilometers.

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Shortly thereafter, a San Diego Fire-Rescue Department dispatcher announced that the region had just experienced an natural disaster and directed firefighters to remove all trucks, engines and other apparatus from stations across the city.

Earthquake Track, a seismological database reports estimates there are 10,000 to 15,000 earthquakes worldwide between 4.0-4.9 magnitude each year.

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No damage or injuries were reported, but the shaking was felt in Los Angeles, almost 100 miles west of the epicenter.

On Twitter, users from across Southern California reported being jolted awake.

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Within 40 minutes of the bigger quake, more than 6,700 people had reported, via the official U.S. Geological Survey website, that they had felt it. A woman in Pico Rivera in southeast Los Angeles County tweeted, "Wow the natural disaster was all the way in Banning, I thought it was here".

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