Cluster of 10 earthquakes rattles northern California coastal towns. Largest is 5.

A 5.8-magnitude earthquake reported Sunday 53 miles west of Petrolia, California, was one of 10 recorded in the area in 24 hours, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

The other nine ranged from a 2.5-magnitude quake to a 4.9, and people from hundreds of miles away reported feeling them, the survey said.

Mapping showed the first nine occurred in an elliptical shape that was growing to the west.

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