More than 400 small earthquakes rattle Southern California, but it's not a big deal, seismologists say | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

More than 400 small earthquakes rattle Southern California, but it's not a big deal, seismologists say

Southern California's Jurupa Valley has recently been rattled by a "swarm" of small earthquakes.

Since May 25, 432 quakes have hit the area that only spans a few square miles, the US Geological Survey (USGS) reported Monday.
The quakes, as a whole, have measured 0.8 to 3.2 in magnitude and only a few have been significant enough to be felt, USGS seismologist Robert Graves said.

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