NEWHALL, Calif. (KTLA) -- Aftershocks rattled Southern California following a magnitude 4.3 earthquake Thursday afternoon.
The quake hit at 1:47 Thursday and was centered 4 miles east southeast of Newhall.
The quake was followed by numerous aftershocks, including a magnitude 3.0 at 2:40.
The initial quake was felt over a large area.
According to Caltech seismologist Kate Hutton, the earthquake was fairly shallow.
KTLA viewers report feeling the quake from Bakersfield to Orange County.
There were no immediate reports of significant injury or damage.
Experts have not yet determined which fault the quake was on.