An earthquake registering a magnitude of 5.2 hit northern San Diego County early Friday morning, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
The earthquake hit at 1:04 a.m. Pacific Time. There were no immediate reports of injuries, San Diego-based KGTV reported, but the earthquake did create a rock slide that closed a local road.
Today's 5.2 #earthquake was the largest felt in #SanDiego since the #Baja quake on Easter of 2010 (that was a 7.2) @10News
— Jared Aarons (@10NewsAarons) June 10, 2016
The earthquake was big enough to be felt in Los Angeles, according to KGTV. Several aftershocks were reported.
Another M3 aftershock.
M5.2 @ 1:04 am
M3.5 @ 1:06
M3.0 @ 1:07
M3.5 at 1:33
+ dozens of tiny ones
— Dr. Lucy Jones (@DrLucyJones) June 10, 2016