3.1-magnitude earthquake hits Ontario area, USGS says

A 3.1-magnitude earthquake struck the Ontario area Saturday afternoon, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

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ELLEN LEYVA : We begin with breaking news. An earthquake rattled part of the Inland Empire just about a half hour ago. I'm Ellen Leyva, in for Veronica Miracle.

JORY RAND: And I'm Jory Rand. It was just a magnitude 3.1, but that can still get things shaking pretty good. This was centered near Ontario, hitting about 3:50, so just about 40 minutes ago. So far, no reports of damage or injury. But we have received quite a few calls into our newsroom from people who felt the shaking.