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A 3.2-magnitude earthquake awakens residents of the San Gabriel Valley.

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Early on Monday morning, a 3.2-magnitude earthquake in Southern California’s West San Gabriel Valley region startled some locals.

The U.S. Geological Survey reports that the earthquake occurred at 5:07 a.m. and that its epicenter was approximately 4 miles northwest of Monterey Park and less than 3 miles southwest of South Pasadena.

At a depth of roughly six miles, the earthquake struck the El Sereno neighborhood’s Huntington Drive and Eastern Avenue region. The commercial district that along Huntington Drive and the residential areas that encircle it were both affected by the earthquake.

A South Pasadena homeowner called the earthquake “a quick jolt.” Glendale also reported some little shaking.

As of right now, there are no reports of damage or injuries brought on by the earthquake.

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