An earthquake with an estimated 6.4 magnitude has struck in southern California.
The shaking was felt in Los Angeles, with 'minor shaking' also felt in Las Vegas in neighbouring Nevada.
The US Geological Survey (USGS) reports that it happened at around 10:33am local time, at a depth of 8.7 km in the Mojave Desert.
It was initially recorded as a 6.6 magnitude quake, but was later reduced to 6.4.
Prelim M6.6 Earthquake Southern California Jul-04 17:33 UTC, updates https://t.co/U0QmdQsbaW
— USGS Big Quakes (@USGSBigQuakes) July 4, 2019
According to the Los Angeles Times, the quake was felt over a 'wide area' and is the most powerful quake in the area in decades.
Officials in San Bernardino County said there were reports of damaged roads and buildings, but there were no immediate reports of injuries.
In LA, people reported shower doors shaking and lights swaying.
The city's fire department, meanwhile, urged people to only contact their emergency line if they had reports of injuries or damage.
#earthquake We are aware of the significant earthquake that just occurred in SoCal PLEASE do NOT call 9-1-1 unless there are injuries or other dangerous questions Please do not call for questions
— LAFD (@LAFD) July 4, 2019