A pair of small earthquakes rocked parts of the South Coast. A magnitude 2.4 quake, followed by a magnitude 3.3 quake occurred Wednesday night off the Southern Santa Barbara County coastline. The first quake occurred at 8:18 p.m., and the second at 8:49. Both were centered in the Pacific Ocean about 17 miles west of Isla Vista. Hundreds of people reported feeling the larger of the quakes, the magnitude 3.3 temblor. There were no reports of injuries, or damage.
California Coast News
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