A 4.3-magnitude earthquake off Baja rattled parts of San Diego Friday night. NBC 7's Nicole Gonzales speaks with locals who felt the small jolt.
A 4.3-magnitude earthquake centered off Baja rattled parts of San Diego Friday night.
According to the US Geological Survey, the quake happened around 8:40 p.m.
The epicenter was about 39 miles from Rosarito, Mexico, 47 miles southwest of Tijuana, 45 miles southwest of Imperial Beach and 48 miles from Coronado.
Local residents in Tierrasanta, Escondido, Santee, La Mesa, Carlsbad, Chula Vista, Carmel Valley, Clairemont, Imperial Beach, San Carlos and the UTC area all reported feeling the earthquake Friday night. Comments from locals can be seen on our NBC 7 Facebook page.
One resident in Pacific Beach wrote: "Felt it in Pacific Beach -- the whole apartment shook."
Another commented: "Crazy strong in 4S Ranch."
"A pretty strong jolt in Point Loma," another reader commented on the NBC7.com.
"Felt the dining table rock in Carmel Valley!" posted another viewer.
"Good jolt in Mira Mesa," wrote another Facebook user.
An NBC 7 viewer from Scripps Ranch said the jolt was so sharp near Scripps Poway Parkway that it made her dog jump off the couch.
Local fire officials said no damage was reported.
Did you feel the earthquake in your neck of the woods?