Earthquake near Ensenada felt in San Diego

A 4.2 magnitude quake struck northern Baja California and was felt in San Diego Wednesday.

SAN DIEGO — An earthquake in northern Baja California was reportedly felt by San Diegans Wednesday afternoon.

The United States Geological Survey initially reported a magnitude of 4.4 before downgrading to a 4.2.

The quake struck a region about 20 miles northeast of Ensenada shortly after 1:15 p.m.

Twitter users in San Diego reported feeling shaking after the Wednesday afternoon quake.

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