3.4-magnitude earthquake hits near Hesperia
HESPERIA, Calif. (KABC) -- A 3.4-magnitude earthquake struck the Inland Empire on Monday. There were no immediate reports of damage or injury.
The small quake, which hit at 4:58 p.m. PT, had a low depth of 3.9 miles. It was centered seven miles east, southeast of Hesperia.
Residents reported feeling shaking from the earthquake in Victorville, Twin Peaks, Apple Valley, Hesperia, Lake Arrowhead and Lucerne Valley.
earthquake, earthquake center
- Spaccia convicted in Bell corruption trial
- 18 indicted in LA Sheriff's Dept abuse probe 1 min ago
- Southland seeing cold temps, windy conditions 7 min ago
- Houseguest arrested after 80-year-old's death
- Glendale man gets 5 yrs in 'sextortion' case
- 'Button-down' Bandit' strikes Corona bank
- Man arrested for Ventura transient's murder
- Ex-SD Mayor Filner sentenced for harassment
- Storm snarls travel; power outages persist
- abcnews: Gun makers thriving year after Newtown
- North Korea purges Kim Jong Un's uncle
- Video: Evangeline Lilly talks 'The Hobbit' film 50 min ago
- Jenni Rivera plane crash: New details emerge
- OTRC: Meredith Baxter weds partner Nancy Locke