A 3.7-magnitude earthquake about one mile east of Marina del Rey jolted nearby communities early Wednesday morning.
At 3:18 a.m., the United States Geological Survey's real-time earthquake map showed the quake was 3.8, but a computer-generated USGS report had the magnitude at 3.7, according to City News Service.
The magnitude remained 3.7 after a seismologist reviewed the data, according to the USGS report.
An alert from the Los Angeles Fire Department said no major damage or injuries were immediately reported.
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