WINDSOR HILLS (CBSLA.com) — A magnitude 3.3 earthquake struck in Windsor Hills just after 10 a.m. on Saturday.

USGS sent out an alert shortly after the quake.

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Immediate cities in the vicinity of the quake include Baldwin Hills, Inglewood, and Culver City.

Residents reported feeling the shaking in Santa Fe Springs, Hawthorne and Westchester.

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Los Angeles Fire Department officials say the city is not in “earthquake mode” as the quake did not meet the required criteria.

The quake occurred at 10:06, and was described by some residents as a “jolt”.

The department says there were not reports of damage as a result of the quake.

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The epicenter of the earthquake was pinned two miles north of downtown Inglewood and three miles east of Culver City.