5.1 California quake downgraded to 4.7
(CNN) — An earthquake with a magnitude of 4.7 struck near Anza, California, the U.S. Geological Survey reported Monday.
The USGS had originally said the quake had a magnitude of 5.1.
Anza is inland north of San Diego and south of Los Angeles.
There were reports that the quake was felt in Los Angeles, but there were no immediate ones of damage.
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