Updated at 11:46 a.m., 11:07 a.m. and 10:11 a.m., March 11.
A 4.7-magnitude earthquake struck an area of Southwest County near North San Diego County Monday morning, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The initial shaker was followed by dozens of aftershocks in the area.
The quake, centered 12 miles southeast of Anza, 14 miles southwest of La Quinta and 16 miles south-southwest of Palm Desert, struck at 9:55 a.m., according to the USGS.
Authorities initially reported the earthquake as a 5.2-magnitude, but the quake was later downgraded to a 4.7.
The temblors follows a 2.9-magnitude quake that rocked the same area Monday at 9:36 a.m., the USGS reported.
Several Imperial Beach residents reported feeling the earthquake.
Linda Cordova said the earthquake got her out of bed.
"I felt it because I sleep on a waterbed," she posted on the IB Patch Facebook page. "But my keys and window shades started making noise too! Woke me right up!"
So far, there have been no reports of damage or injuries, though the Riverside County Sheriff's Department, which serves many of the cities in the Coachella Valley, tells Patch that they did get several alarm calls, after they went off due to the quake.
"It shook us pretty good," Palm Springs Police Sgt. Mike Kovaleff told Patch. "But no report of damage or injuries in the city of Palm Springs."
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