No significant damage or injuries were found in Los Angeles after a magnitude 6.4 earthquake shook Southern California Thursday, according to the Los Angeles Fire Department.
The earthquake, centered in the Mojave Desert, hit at 10:35 a.m. and sent LAFD into earthquake mode with all 106 fire stations out conducting a survey as concerned residents flooded local emergency agencies with calls.
"Please do not call 9-1-1 unless there are injuries or dangerous conditions to report; Residents are reminded of the potential of aftershocks and to Drop, Cover and Hold-On," fire officials said in a tweet.
After completing a survey of the aftermath at about 12 p.m., LAFD said a damaged water main in the Beverly Grove neighborhood of Central L.A. may be earthquake-related, as well as three limited power outages, but there was no significant damage.
The Los Angeles Police Department said there were no reports of damage or calls for service related to the quake as of 11 a.m.
Social media users across Southern California uploaded videos showing the shaking, with chandeliers rocking inside homes, water sloshing around in pools and items falling off shelves.
The Pasadena Fire Department also reported no immediate damage as of 11 a.m., according to a tweet.
In San Bernardino County, no injuries were reported, but fire officials reported seeing buildings with minor cracks, broken water mains, downed power lines and rock slides on certain roads, authorities said.
In Kern County, fire officials said they're responding to nearly two dozen incidents including calls for medical assistance and structure fires as firefighters continue to inspect critical infrastructures like highway passes through area canyons.
Check back for updates on this developing story.