LOS ANGELES (AP) - Officials have evacuated an apartment
building in Long Beach, California, because of damage from an
aftershock of Sunday's magnitude 4.7 earthquake.
Tuesday's aftershock was magnitude 4 and was centered 10 miles southwest of downtown Los Angeles, near Los Angeles International Airport.
A Long Beach fire dispatcher says at least a dozen people were evacuated after someone noticed the quake damaged the apartment building's eaves.
Inspectors will take a closer look at the damage.
Los Angeles city fire spokesman Brian Humphrey says no other damage was reported and there has been no increase in emergency calls.