Updated at 10:27 a.m. on March 11
A reported 5.2 magnitude earthquake shook Southern California Monday morning, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Ramona residents reported hearing a rumbling and feeling shaking around 10 a.m. People on Ramona Patch's Facebook page said pets were spooked by the rattle and one resident said picture fell off their enterainment system.
The USGS reports that the 5.2 quake was centered 12 miles east Anza, which sits near Palm Desert. A 3.0 quake was reported in La Quinta minutes later.
Residents in Coronado, Alpine and Hillcrest reported feeling the shake.
The quake was originally reported as large as a magnitude-5.2, but was downgraded a short time later by the USGS to a 4.7.
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