A magnitude 3.2 earthquake struck Southern California just before 8 p.m. Friday.
The quake was centered about two miles southeast of Marina Del Rey at a depth of eight miles, according to the United States Geological Survey.
"We have one of these about this magnitude about once a year and that area, so it's not terribly unexpected," said Elizabeth Cochran of the USGS.
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Residents throughout the South Bay felt the quake but there were no initial reports of damage.
One resident in Marina Del Rey told NBC4: “It felt like bus hit the building.”
Another who lives near Los Angeles International Airport said: “The house jumped a little, then swayed side to side.”
NBC4's Angie Crouch was in Santa Monica, where she said she felt “one quick jolt and a little rumble afterwards.”