Earthquake strikes Southern California

A mild earthquake shook South California Friday night local time.

The 5.1 magnitude quake was felt across Southern California and in to parts of Nevada and Arizona. The quake epicenter was outside Ludlow on Interstate 40 in San Bernardino County, about 120 miles east of Los Angeles.

The quake is the second one above a magnitude-5.0 to hit Southern California this year following a 5.3 quake in July.

At the time of writing there were no reports of damage, although emergency services did receive a number of calls, most from people wanting to confirm the quake.