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4.2 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Lytle Creek Area: No Immediate Damage or Injuries Reported, Continual Updates Urged for Residents’ Safety

An earthquake of magnitude 4.2 rattled the Lytle Creek area, located approximately 16 miles north of downtown San Bernardino, on Friday morning. The U.S Geological Survey reported that the quake occurred at 10:55 a.m. and had an epicenter less than a mile from the small community of Lytle Creek nestled in the San Gabriel Mountains within the San Bernardino County.

Residents of the area felt the earth shudder beneath them, yet, according to initial reports, there was no extensive damage to buildings or other infrastructural developments, nor were there immediate reports of injuries suffered as a direct result of the tremor. The earthquake had its core seven-tenths of a mile northwest of Lytle Creek and spread about 11.9 miles north-northeast.

Updates on the earthquake and its potential repercussions for Lytle Creek and its surroundings can be found by refreshing this page. Stay informed on the Southern California’s weather forecasts and news to track developments following this seismic event. Despite the quake’s relatively minor magnitude, monitoring updates remains crucial for residentsā€™ safety and well-being.

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