A magnitude-5.3 natural disaster off the coast Thursday rattled a widespread part of Southern California.
The U.S. Geological Survey said the quake occurred at 12:29 p.m.in the Channel Islands region, about 38 miles (61 kilometers) southwest of the mainland city of Ventura.
The Los Angeles Fire Department went into "earthquake mode", meaning firefighters from all neighborhood fire stations conducted a survey of their areas.
No immediate reports of damage or injury were reported.
Ventura County officials announced they are "in a heightened response posture to assist our citizens" in wake of Thursday's temblor.
A webcam captured eagle chicks in the Sauces Canyon on Santa Cruz Island experiencing their first quake, according to the Institute for Wildlife Studies, which posted video on its YouTube channel.
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A strong quake struck the Channel Islands region on Thursday afternoon and rattled much of Southern California.
An early warning system did alert residents in Los Angeles before the shaking was felt, Caltech confirms. Shaking was reported throughout a widespread part of Southern California.
One resident near Beverley Hills said she could feel the ground "rolling".
Phivolcs says that an Intensity IV quake is considered "moderately strong" with a vibration that is "felt like a passing of heavy truck" and causes hanging objects to swing considerably.
Several Santa Clarita residents felt a brief, minor rumble Thursday for a 5.3 natural disaster.
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