Confirmed: 5.1 magnitude earthquake hit California





A preliminary magnitude 5.1 earthquake struck Southern California today, the United States Geological Survey has confirmed.

The quake struck in Anzha around 100 miles southeast of Los Angeles.

There were no immediate reports of damage or injury.



  
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