Two minor earthquakes hit off the Southern California coast Tuesday night within minutes of each other -- one with a preliminary magnitude of 1.8, the other 4.0, according to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).
There have been no reports of injuries or damage.
The first quake, measuring 1.8, hit around 10:02 p.m. Its epicenter was located 5.5 miles below the surface, 5 miles away from Manhattan Beach and El Segundo, the USGS reported.
The second quake, which struck at 10:14 p.m. near the Channel Islands, measured about 4.0. That quake's epicenter was located in the ocean, about 1 mile deep, according to the USGS.
The stronger quake was coordinated about 30 miles south-southwest of Malibu; 53 miles west-southwest from the Los Angeles Civic Center and about 37 miles south-southeast from Oxnard.
Within minutes, inquiries flowed into the NBCLA Twitter feed about the quake.
NBCLA Twitter follower @nykiaex reported feeling a "strong side to side shake."
"Did I just feel an earthquake? Swear my whole building just moved..." wrote @camzlewis.
Hundreds of NBCLA Facebook followers reported feeling the quake, which many of them described as quick and rolling, and some described as a fast jolt.
"Felt it and yelled it out, but it was over as fast as it started! Just a tiny jolt in Redondo Beach," Veronica McGregor wrote.
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