After Mexico, there is a 5.8 Magnitude earthquake in California

After Mexico, there is a 5.8 Magnitude earthquake in California
A 5.8 magnitude earthquake struck California around 10:45 am on Wednesday local time.

The epicenter of the earthquake was near Cartoga, about 180 miles north of Los Angeles.

People from various businesses near Lone Pine and Bishop told ABC News that although the tremors were "intense", they saw no damage.

Several stone pelting was reported in Ino County.

Some tremors were felt in Los Angeles.

According to The Associated Press, at least six people died and hundreds of homes were damaged a day after the 7.4-magnitude earthquake in Mexico near the Hayatulco resort. At least six other people were injured in Mexico City, including two people, more than 300 miles from the epicenter of the earthquake.

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