COMPTON (CBSLA) — A preliminary 3.7-magnitude earthquake was reported Friday at 12:19 a.m. in Compton, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

Seismologist Dr. Lucy Jones said the quake was near, but not on, the Newport-Inglewood fault and was very deep — approximately 15 miles below the earth’s surface. She said it was similar to a 4.0-magnitude earthquake that hit the area back in 2001.

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Mild shaking was felt from San Fernando all the way to Huntington Beach, according to the USGS, with the worst of the shaking experienced just south of the earthquake’s epicenter.

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There were two smaller quakes — a 1.6-magnitude quake centered in Willowbrook and a 1.4-magnitude quake centered a little over one mile away from Compton — roughly an hour after the 3.7-magnitude temblor struck.

There were no immediate reports of damage or injuries, though the Los Angeles Police Department said in a tweet that there were about a dozen burglar alarms following the quake.