USGS says 3.3 magnitude quake rattled northeast part of San Diego County
Quake occurred at 1:59 a.m.
Last Updated: 139 days ago
ANZA, Calif. - A magnitude 3.3 earthquake rattled the northeast part of San Diego County in the predawn hours Saturday, USGS seismologists said.
The 1:59 a.m. shaker had an epicenter 4 miles north of Anza, or 64 miles north-northeast of San Diego.
The quake was also plotted at 10 miles south-southeast of Idyllwild, or 18 miles south-southwest of Palm Springs.
Its center of movement was an estimated 2.4 miles beneath the earth's surface, according to scientists who reviewed the automated detection data.
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