May 4, 2015
LOS ANGELES -AP- An earthquake has struck Southern
California, with shaking felt from San Bernardino to Los Angeles 55
miles to the west and south to Orange County.
The U.S. Geological Survey shows a preliminary 5.0-magnitude
quake struck at 7:49 p.m. Thursday about one mile south of San
Bernardino. The USGS initially reported it at 4.9.
There are no reports of serious damages or injuries.
San Bernandino tattoo artist Bryan Gillott says he felt the
ground rolling over his feet but didn't see any damage. He says
everyone "just got to a doorway and waited for it to be over."
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