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Quake Swarm in Redlands Continues

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Around 75 small earthquakes have struck the Redlands area since last Saturday, when a light 4.1 earthquake shook the area. Today, the quakes continued with a 3.5 magnitude shaker at 1:35 p.m. More locally, a 2.0 quake also struck the Malibu area at 7:30 a.m. this morning. As always, each little quake is hopefully a reminder to get prepared because not all quakes will be so small.

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