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A magnitude 4.5 earthquake shook a large portion of Southern California on Tuesday, and was felt from San Diego to Santa Clarita, authorities said.

Tuesday’s temblor struck at 4:49 a.m. about seven miles north of Cabazon and 85 miles east of downtown Los Angeles. The epicenter was close to the San Gorgonio Pass, through which Interstate 10 connects Palm Springs with San Bernardino.

The strongest shaking — Intensity Level 6 — occurred in an uninhabited mountainous area in Riverside County. The cities of Riverside and San Bernardino felt only “light” shaking calculated as Intensity Level 4, while many areas in L.A. and Orange counties felt only “weak” Intensity Level 2 or 3 shaking.

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Magnitude 4.5 earthquake is latest warning of San Andreas' power
The temblor struck about seven miles north of Cabazon. (Los Angeles Times)

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