A M4.5 shock rattled Southern California last night. Reports of shaking reached San Diego. The epicenter lies just a few miles from that of the damaging 1987 Whittier Narrows M5.9 quake. Yesterday’s quake, like the 1987 quake, likely occurred on the Puente Hills thrust.
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