Baja California, Mexico was struck by a series of earthquakes early Monday that were felt throughout San Diego County, the U.S. Geological Survey reported.
At least four quakes were all reported within a span of 30 minutes in the area near Maneadero, Baja California, about 120 miles southeast of the U.S.-Mexico Border.
The first temblor, a preliminary magnitude 4.4 quake, was reported at 8:09 a.m. It was followed about 20 minutes later by three earthquakes in a matter of minutes -- two preliminary magnitude 5.1 quakes and a preliminary magnitude 4.5 quake.
Over the next few hours, about 10 more temblors were reported ranging in magnitude from 2.5 to 3.7.
Baja California's civil protection division said there were no immediate reports of damage.
Some shaking was reportedly felt throughout San Diego County, including as far north as Oceanside, according to the USGS. At least one person reported to USGS they felt shaking in Los Angeles.
In 2010, a 7.2 magnitude earthquake centered in Baja California killed two people and damaged buildings in El Centro and San Diego.
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