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Earthquake in Southern California pegged at magnitude 5.5

A robust earthquake hanging in Southern California on Wednesday night was initially pegged at magnitude 5.5, in line with a report.

The epicenter was believed to be round Ridgecrest, 52 miles from Barstow, in line with the U.S. Geological Survey, the Los Angeles Instances reported.

The encircling space has seen 5 quakes of magnitude or higher over the previous 10 days, the report stated.

Wednesday’s quake was thought-about an aftershock of an earthquake occurring in the realm final July, Dr. Lucy Jones of the USGS wrote in a Twitter message.

There have been no instant stories of accidents or main structural harm.

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