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|July 29, 2014|
Minor earthquakes rattle Southland
SOUTHLAND – A widely felt early morning earthquake had an epicenter beneath the Los Angeles Basin.
The M3.4 jolt was centered between Compton and Inglewood or about 9-miles south of downtown Los Angeles.
It was felt as far away as Norco, Hemet and San Bernardino.
The quake followed another Sunday in the desert near the San Andreas Fault.
The epicenter was deep below the Little San Bernardino Mountains between Desert Hot Springs and the Morongo Basin. That temblor was felt throughout the Coachella Valley and at Twentynine Palms and Yucca Valley. (INT)
Story Date: June 7, 2011