3.4 Magnitude Earthquake Rattles San Bernardino Area

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An earthquake struck in San Bernardino Thursday morning. (Credit: USGS)

An earthquake struck in San Bernardino Thursday morning. (Credit: USGS)

An earthquake with a recorded magnitude of 3.4 shook the San Bernardino area Thursday morning.

The quake struck about 2 miles north of Colton in San Bernardino County at 5:44 a.m., the USGS reported.

The epicenter was located near the Carousel Mall shopping center and the 215 Freeway.

The Geological Service’s ShakeMap showed weak shaking from the quake could be felt as far away as Victorville, Temecula and Los Angeles.

No injuries or damage from the quake were immediately reported.

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