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2.9 earthquake hits Phelan Wednesday morning; did you feel it?

PHELAN, Calif. (VVNG.com) — A preliminary 2.9 magnitude earthquake struck the community of Phelan, according to the USGS.

The quake was reported at 6:25 am on October 2, 2019, epicenter in the town of Phelan, 9 miles from Adelanto.

Residents from all over the Victor Valley have reported feeling some shaking that lasted for about 2 seconds.

VVNG member Willy Olsen said he heard a quick short boom and then a stronger boom a few seconds later.

No injuries or damages have been reported.

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