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3.2 Earthquake Shakes San Bernardino County

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New Year's Eve-Eve just keeps rattling. After a pleasant shaker in the Death Valley area this morning and a large set of them at the border--the biggest being a 5.8 that swayed buildings in San Diego--a 3.3 magnitude earthquakerattled near Mentone and Yucaipa at 4:17 p.m. in San Bernardino County this afternoon.

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