LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – A La Verne, California earthquake today 2013 has struck Southern California. Two La Verne, California earthquakes today September 19, 2013 have hit before sunrise, LALATE can report. Both were located near the same epicenter, east of Los Angeles, near Pomona, Diamond Bar, and San Dimas. No injuries have yet to be reported.
Officials tell news that two La Verne, California earthquakes today have hit Southern California. The first quake began at 4:43 am PST and registered a 3.7 magnitude. Officials tell news that the quake was shallow, striking less than one mile below the ground’s surface.
The second quake began moments ago. A second but slightly stronger quake hit the same epicenter. It posted a 3.8 magnitude and had no depth, beginning just at the earth’s surface, USGS tells news. As a result the quake could be felt across the region.
USGS indicates to news that the La Verne, California earthquake began one mile southwest of town. The quake was two miles south of San Dimas and two miles northwest of Pomona. The quake also started four miles east of Diamond Bar.
Mapping reveals that the quake was north of Corona, east of Moreno Valley. The quake also started east of Los Angeles, southeast of Lancaster. Damage assessment is pending.