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Earthquake strikes Baja California

A magnitude 4.5 earthquake that shook Baja California on Sunday afternoon was also felt by residents in San Diego County.

The earthquake struck at 1:35 p.m. and was centered about 20 miles south of Tecate, Mexico. Three subsequent aftershocks were measured within the next hour.

The Associated Press reported that police and fire officials in El Cajon, Escondido and Kearny Mesa received no immediate reports of damage or injuries.

-- Corina Knoll

 
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