Los Angeles earthquake: 3.2 quake rattles greater Los Angeles area
A magnitude-3.2 earthquake rattled the greater Los Angeles area early Thursday morning.
The earthquake's epicenter was located near Mt. Baldy in the Angeles National Forest, the U.S. Geological Society said. The epicenter is located about 6 miles north of the city of Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. and about 40 miles away from downtown Los Angeles.
Thursday's small earthquake struck at about 6:23 a.m. and KABC reports that there were no reports of damage or injuries.