A magnitude 3.7 earthquake struck early Wednesday morning with an epicenter near Marina del Rey and there were no reports of damage or injury, authorities said.
The earthquake struck about 3:18 a.m. and was centered about one mile east-southeast of Marina del Rey, according to a report from the U.S. Geological Survey. The earthquake was downgraded slightly from the USGS's initial report of a 3.8 temblor centered two to three miles from the marina.
The earthquake was felt as a short, sharp jolt in parts of the Westside that was strong enough to wake up some residents.
There were no reports of damage or injury, said Officer Tim Nambu of the Los Angeles Police Department's Pacific Division. A deputy with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's station in Marina del Rey also reported no damage or injury.
The Los Angeles Fire Department went into earthquake mode following the shaker and conducted a city-wide assessment that also found no injuries or damage. All fire department resources were back at their fire stations by 4:22 a.m., according to a statement from the fire department.
(Editor's Note: Updated with revised magnitude and added number of people reporting the earthquake to the USGS.)