By CBSLA Staff

MAYWOOD (CBSLA) — A 3.6-magnitude earthquake rattled the Maywood-area Sunday morning, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

The USGS says the quake which struck around 7:03 a.m. was centered 1.9 miles south southeast of Maywood and 2.1 miles northeast of East Los Angeles. It was initially recorded as a 3.9-magnitude quake, but has since been downgraded.

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There were no immediate reports of injuries or damage, according to the Los Angeles Fire Department and Los Angeles County Fire Department.

The quake has been felt in Boyle Heights, Long Beach, Compton, and Norwalk, among other areas.

Maria Zamora was driving to her job at a convenience store in Maywood when the earthquake struck at 7:01 a.m. on Sunday morning.

“I felt a moving. Thought someone hit my rear, car (but) there was nobody there,” Zamora said.

Dr. Lucy Jones tweeted following the quake, sharing in part, that “because it is 10 miles down, everyone is at least 10 miles from it.”

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Jones said the quake was recorded deep under the Los Angeles basin, with a depth is 17-km which placed the quake under the bottom of the seismo-genic layer.

“Usually, our average is three to five miles down,” Jones said. “It was a very low level rumble and more sound than motion.”

Jones said, with regard to this quake, it was unclear which fault line it was on based on its smaller size.

“In the area, there are no fault lines mapped at the surface,” she said. “At depth, we do know that there are some varied faults.”

In terms of quake preparation, Jones advised having spare cash at home, water, prescription medications filled, and have food that doesn’t require refrigeration. Jones advised having a blanket in your car and walking shoes.

“Los Angeles is sort of having its normal level of activity,” she said. “This level of having a 3- or a 4- is sort of the norm.”

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The earthquake comes just days after the great shakeout – when we are reminded to prepare for a larger one.