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Earthquake Swarm Continues in Redlands [Updated]

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It's been nearly a week of shaky ground out in the San Bernardino County city of Redlands. Since Wednesday, when we counted around 75 small quakes since the previous Saturday, there's been around 40 more quakes of varying, but inconsequential sizes, including a few over 3.0, which the USGS takes slightly more seriously on their listings by marking them in a bolded red. A 11:53 a.m. there was a light 3.4 earthquake, followed by a 3.3 a minute later. Then at 11:57, another 3.3, among a handful of other microquakes. Update: Apparently, there was a 3.6 quake at 11:56 a.m. that went unreported on USGS' site until 12:45 p.m.

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