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    4.1-magnitude quake centered near Corona jolts Southern California
    • May 1, 2024

    A 4.1-magnitude earthquake centered on the border of Orange and Riverside counties was felt throughout much of Southern California on Wednesday, May 1, afternoon.

    The earthquake struck at 1:49 p.m. about six miles southwest of Corona, the U.S. Geological Survey said, placing the epicenter in the mountains between the counties.

    People in inland and coastal Orange County, as well as those in Temecula, Perris, Corona, Riverside, Los Angeles and Santa Clarita felt the light quake, the United States Geological Survey reported.

    An earthquake of this magnitude generally causes little damage.

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    ​ Orange County Register