(NECN/KABC) - San Bernardino, California was struck by a moderate earthquake on Thursday night, with shaking felt from Los Angeles to Orange County.
A preliminary reading by the U.S. Geological Survey showed a 4.5-magnitude quake struck at 7:49pm.
"It was a little roll and big jolt, then a sonic boom kind of noise," San Bernardino County Fire Supervisor Tim Franke said.
Franke said there had been no reports of damage in the areas his department covers.
That was very sudden for people California.
KABC's Leanne Suter reports.