Reno, Nev. (MyNews4.com & KRNV) - The U.S. Geological Survey is reporting that a 4.7 magnitude earthquake hit Northern California at 11:37 on Wednesday night.
They say that the quake was centered around Truckee, just 35 miles west of Reno.
Almost one hour later, the largest after shock of 2.5 magnitude hit the same area.
Since then, a number of smaller aftershocks have been reported.
Reno, Nev. (MyNews4.com & KRNV) - The USGS is reporting a magnitude 4.8 earthquake that hit at 11:37pm local time. The USGS reports the epicenter was nine miles from Whitehawk, CA, or 35 miles west of Reno. Fourteen minutes later a 2.4 magnitude earthquake struck in the same area.
By midnight two other aftershocks under 2.0 magnitude were felt of 1.9 and 1.5.
Dozens of News 4 viewers have reported feeling the quake around Northern California and Northern Nevada.
Initial reports have people feeling the quake in San Luis Ibispo, California about 300 miles away from the epicenter and in Yerington, Nevada about 90 miles away from the epicenter.
A Nevada County sheriff's dispatcher in Truckee, which is along Interstate 80 about 23 miles from the epicenter, says it was a rolling quake and no damages and no injuries have been reported.