SAN DIEGO (KGTV) - Some border residents felt a shake to ring in 2018 after a 3.2-magnitude earthquake hit late New Year's Eve.
The quake was recorded at 7:35 p.m. 28 miles east of Ensenada, according to USGS. It struck about 6.4 miles below the earth's surface.
No injuries or damages were reported.
The shakeup comes five days after a 4.7-magnitude quake struck about 26 miles away from the popular resort city of Acapulco. No damages were reported during that quake.