A 3.6 magnitude earthquake was recorded in Los Angeles Sunday morning, the US Geological Survey said.
The 7:01 a.m. quake was centered near the Interstate 5 and Interstate 710 train stations, three miles southeast of downtown Los Angeles.
Responses to the USGS Did You Feel It website indicated that it was felt from the northern San Fernando Valley to San Diego County and from the coast to San Bernardino in the east.
An initial estimate of 3.9 was downgraded by the USGS.
There have been two major earthquakes in California in the past seven days: a 3.7 on Wednesday near Hollister and a 4.0 last Sunday near Olancha.