HURON, Calif. -- Two light earthquakes have struck California's Central Valley, hours after a temblor shook the Los Angeles area.
The U.S. Geological Service reports that a magnitude-4.0 quake struck at 6:22 a.m. Friday about six miles southeast of the Fresno County city of Huron, which is roughly 50 miles southwest of Fresno.
A magnitude-4.1 quake struck the same area a minute later.
A Huron police dispatcher says she had not received any calls reporting damage or injuries.
The quakes came more than six hours after a magnitude-3.5 quake struck Beverly Hills. There were no injuries or damage reported from that quake.
The Associated Press