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Small earthquake reported in Antelope Valley

A small earthquake was recorded Friday afternoon in the Antelope Valley.

The magnitude 2.1 temblor was centered near Lake Elizabeth, about 10 miles west of Lancaster and 45 miles north of downtown Los Angeles.

The quake occurred at 3:11 p.m., according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

-- Shelby Grad

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Lake Elizabeth is not in the Antelope Valley, but at the west end of Leona Valley. Obviously the tremor could have been felt in the A.V., but they are two different places.


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