San Diego County jostled by 4.5 pre-dawn quake in Riverside County

GETTYThe earthquake struck Cabazon

A 4.5 magnitude quake shook Southern California early Tuesday morning. It was initially reported to have a preliminary magnitude of 4.6.

Cabazon is located about 90 miles east of Los Angeles.

An aftershock measured at 3.2 magnitude followed minutes later. The magnitude of the smaller quakes ranged from.5 to 2.2.

Orange County Sheriff's Department said they received calls reporting the quake, but no reports of damage or injury due to the natural disaster.

United States geological survey (USGS) has established the epicenter approximately 7 miles North of Cabazon at 4:49 am.

On Twitter, users from across Southern California reported being jolted awake.

According to a map produced by those reports, the quake was felt as far north as Santa Clarita and Palmdale, in northern Los Angeles County, and as far south as Tijuana.

More than 10,000 responses had been recorded by the USGS by mid-afternoon.

People from the desert to the Pacific coast in Southern California reported feeling it.

In Los Angeles County, there were no reports of damage or injuries, Los Angeles County Fire Department Supervisor Rangel said.