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The epicenter of the earthquake was about 17 miles outside Lone Pine, Calif. Image courtesy of USGS

The epicenter of the earthquake was about 17 miles outside Lone Pine, Calif. Image courtesy of USGS
June 24 (UPI) — A 5.8-magnitude earthquake rattled Southern California on Wednesday, causing little damage throughout the region.

The epicenter of the temblor was located 11 miles north-northwest of Lone Pine, Calif., and about 160 miles north of Los Angeles, where some residents reported feeling shaking. People also said they felt the quake in Las Vegas

A resident of Clovis, Calif., told KABC-TV the earthquake caused a crack in the tile of her home. A grocery store in Lone Pine also shared footage of food strewn across the floor of the business.

The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power said a nearby aqueduct showed no signs of damage.

The U.S. Geological Survey said there were several aftershocks after the original earthquake around 10:30 a.m.

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