A preliminary 4.3-magnitude earthquake rocked the Los Angeles area on Friday evening.
The quake was centered in Carson, near Los Angeles International Airport, but was felt across Los Angeles County — as far north as Simi Valley and south of Los Angeles near San Clemente.
The airport said in a statement that operations crews were checking the airport and airfield after the quake but no damage had been discovered.
The earthquake had a depth of about 9 miles and followed two other quakes within the last week-and-a-half that were magnitude 3.0 or higher.
Los Angeles usually has around five quakes of a 4.0 to 5.0 each year.
No damage has been reported.