Shaking was reported across a widespread part of Central California Tuesday morning due to a magnitude-4.4 earthquake centered in Monterey County.
The quake was reported at 5:21 a.m., about 20 miles northeast of King City. Weak to light shaking was reported along the Central Coast and inland valley area, including Santa Cruz, Salinas, Carmel, Fresno, King City and Paso Robles.
Shaking was reported as far south as southern San Luis Obispo County and east to the Sierra foothills.
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The quake occurred at a depth of 6 miles.
There were no immediate reports of significant damage.
The National Weather Service tweeted the quake was "felt here at the office in Monterey." Fred Sampson tweeted he felt the earthquake in Aptos, and Denica Lorax De Foy tweeted her walls shook in Prunedale.
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