A 2.5-magnitude earthquake jolted the San Fernando Valley early Tuesday morning, the U.S. Geological Survey stated.
The quake struck around 4:57 a.m. in Pacoima (map) at a shallow depth of .1 miles.
The temblor was about 2 miles southeast of San Fernando, 7 miles northwest of Burbank and 10 miles from Universal City, the USGS stated.
A preliminary magnitude 2.6 was originally reported by the USGS.
No damage was immediately reported.