INGLEWOOD (CBSLA) — A magnitude-3.7 earthquake that struck near Inglewood overnight was widely felt throughout Southern California.

The earthquake was initially reported by the U.S. Geological Survey as a magnitude 3.8. It struck the unincorporated View Park-Windsor Hills area, near Inglewood, just after midnight at a depth of just over 7 miles.

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The Los Angeles Fire Department immediately conducted a citywide survey and found no damage done by the earthquake. Mayor Eric Garcetti also tweeted about the earthquake.

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Nearby Los Angeles International Airport also tweeted about the quake, but said there were no damages, injuries or impact to operations.

CBS2 Meteorologist Danielle Gersh said she was sleeping but woke up to a jolt, but her dog was not bothered by the earthquake.

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“Did you feel it?” responses to the USGS showed people felt the earthquake as far north as Santa Barbara and south as San Diego. The earthquake was also felt far inland, including in Palmdale and Hemet.