A series of earthquakes epicentered near Anza in southern Riverside County rattled parts of Southern California Friday.
The U.S. Geological Survey reported the first and strongest earthquake, a preliminary magnitude 4.9, about 10 miles southeast of Anza. Several aftershocks were recorded in the same spot, and also near Bombay Beach and Ocotillo Wells.
The first quake struck at 6:53 p.m. and dozens of aftershocks were recorded afterward, according to the USGS.
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San Diegans from East Village to Mira Mesa reported shaking, as did residents in Oceanside, Poway, Santee and Ramona. The quake even rattled the NBC 7 studio in Kearny Mesa.
A Tijuana resident reported feeling the rumble, as did some in Temecula and Palm Springs.
No damage has been reported.