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4.2 Quake Rattles San Diego County This Morning

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A moderate quake rumbled in San Diego County this morning, but authorities are reporting no calls, damage or injuries, according to CBS2. The magnitude 4.2 quake hit at 8:32 a.m. near Mount Laguna in the Laguna Mountains, which are located in central San Diego County. The epicenter of the quake was about 48 miles east of downtown San Diego.