A magnitude 4.5 earthquake rocked much of Southern California Friday night, with some people in Ventura County among those feeling it. The 11:38 p.m. quake was centered east of downtown Los Angeles, in the Rosemead/South El Monte area.
Many say it felt like a long, rolling motion. There's no word of any damage. KCLU listeners in Thousand Oaks, Newbury Park, and Camarillo are among those reporting that they felt it.
It was initially reported to be a magnitude 4.6 quake, but seismologists later determined it was a magnitude 4.5.