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Small Quake Centered in Baldwin Hills Strikes Early This Morning

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A 3.0-magnitude earthquake rumbled through Los Angeles early this morning. The quake, centered in Baldwin Hills, struck at 4:33 this morning.This morning's LA-centered rattler comes on the heels of a 3.9-magnitude quake that was centered along the coast line about 14 miles East-South-East from Port Hueneme that struck at 8:19 last night.

Want to take a closer look at the region and its fault lines? Pore over the recently-released California Geological Survey maps that show 50 new fault lines charted since the previous maps were published 16 years ago.

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