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Good Morning Magic Mountain: Wake and 'Quake!

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Residents of the SCV might have felt a teeny tiny trembler this morning, as a 3.0 magnitude quake rumbled three miles deep in the area at 9:17. Residents of nearby Piru and Stevenson Ranch are either really deep sleepers or just shrug off small shakers like this one, since, according to abc7.com, "the sheriff's office in nearby Santa Clarita reported it got no calls" and "a check with several businesses in Castaic Junction and Val Verde found no one who felt it."