An earthquake originating east of Los Angeles shook a lot of the all buildings in the city, but as of the time of this writing, no injuries or power outages were reported.
The earthquake struck at 2:42 p.m. EDT, and was measured at 5.8. although other reports had it at 5.4. Either way, it's considered an average quake. It was centered about 30 miles east of Los Angeles, close to Chino Hills community. Some landline phone service in the area was reported.
So far witnesses said it was felt as far east as Las Vegas and as far south as San Diego. Nearby Orange Country reportedly felt the earthquake strongly.
Workers in L.A. surged into the streets as the buildings they worked in swayed back and forth, but again, there have been no injuries reported so far.
It's been 14 years since the last quake in the area, which registered at 6.7, and killed 57 people. Quakes at a magnitude of 5 are considered moderate.
Area airports and amusement parks remain functioning and open.