The biggest with a magnitude of 4.9

A collection of quakes-- the biggest with a magnitude of 4.9-- strike simply southeast of Anza and also near Hand Springs on Friday evening.

The quake occurred at 6:53 p.m. It was about 11 miles southeast of Anza, 23 miles southwest of Palm Springs, and 16 miles southwest of La Quinta, the UNITED STATE Geological Study reported.

It was complied with by seven various other quakes over the next 15 mins, with sizes between 3.7 to 2.5, according to the USGS.

There were no reports of damage or injuries since 7:25 p.m., Riverside Area Constable's Department Replacement Robyn Flores claimed.

The temblor had a deepness of 6.6 miles.

The solid quake in the area of the San Jacinto mistake was also really felt partly of Orange, San Bernardino, Los Angeles and also San Diego areas, according to the USGS.

Those regions with weak drinking did not have any type of risk of damage, the USGS stated. There were no first reports of damages related to the series of earthquakes that struck in Anza, according to Waterfront Area Emergency Situation Management Division.

"The San Jacinto Mistake, which had the (earthquake) this night, is one of the most energetic mistake in California. It has even more little earthquakes annually than others," Julian Lozos, an assistant teacher of geology at Cal State Northridge, tweeted.