5.9 earthquake hits Southern California
A 5.9 earthquake rocked Southern California Monday evening.
The quake struck at the U.S.-Mexico border about 23 miles from El Centro.
The quake rattled a wide swath of Southern California, but there no immediate reports of damage or injuries.
[Updated at 9:50 p.m.: The temblor was reported at 9:26 p.m. It's in the general area where the 7.2 Mexicali quake occurred earlier this year. Hundreds of people reported feeling the quake around the region but particularly in San Diego County.]