A 3.9-magnitude earthquake struck about four miles east of Newhall at approximately 8:24 a.m. Sunday, according to the Southern California Earthquake Center.
Soon after the quake, a series of five aftershocks under magnitude 2.5 struck until 9:27 a.m., the Los Angeles Times reported.
The small quake was felt as far away as West Los Angeles, City News Service reported.
The Los Angeles City and County fire departments were in emergency mode following the quake, crews surveyed bridges and other infrastructure, but found no damage, City News Service reported.
LAFD firefighters from 106 neighborhood fire stations surveyed the department's 470 square miles of jurisdiction, said department spokesperson Brian Humphrey.
The quake was located at a depth of about 1.67 miles and registered light to weak ground shake as far south as Riverside, east to Lancaster and northwest to Oxnard, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Sunday morning's earthquake comes on the heels of aquake centered near Hemet, east of Irvine—which occurred seven hours earlier—and a 7.7-magnitude rumbler that rocked western Canada and triggered tsunami warnings Saturday night.
City News Service contributed to this report.
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