The citizens of California were woken up on Saturday morning by a low intensity earthquake that was felt in the entire Inland Empire region.
According to USGS, the 3.8 magnitude earthquake happened at 08:07. USGS also announced that the epicenter of the earthquake was located at approximately 3 km north west of Devore, San Bernandino. The earthquake’s initial magnitude was 4.1.
The earthquake was followed by a 2.0 magnitude aftershock 2 minutes later, USGS also said.
USGS’s Dr. Lucy Jones said that the earthquake was located in a region where earthquakes like this are pretty common.