According to the USGS, the quake in Smith Valley, Nevada at
For the next 25 minutes, there were at least eight aftershocks near the epicenter near Markleeville, a small community near the state line.
The arrears ranged from 3.0 to 4.2.
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Caltrans reported that it responded to several reports of landslides on U.S. 395 and State Route 89 in northern Mono County after the quake.
Governor Gavin Newsom’s office and Cal OES say they are monitoring the quake, but there have been no reports of injuries right now.
Although there are no preliminary reports of injuries or damage, this is a rapidly evolving situation and more details will emerge in the coming hours
We work closely with local officials to ensure they have the resources and support to respond quickly to these earthquakes
̵1; Cal YES (@Cal_OES) July 8, 2021
ATTN DRIVERS: @ Caltrans9 responds to several reports of landslides in US 395 and SR 89 in northern Mono County following a 4.8 magnitude earthquake. Traffic may be temporarily delayed or diverted as crews work to remove the rocks from the road. pic.twitter.com/Y8w8Chn5GK
– Caltrans District 9 (@ Caltrans9) July 8, 2021
Good afternoon, earthquake Twitter.
– Jessica Christian (@jachristian) July 8, 2021
My building just shook. SF, was it an earthquake ?!
My 10 week old didn’t care. She likes rocking movements.
– Alok GET UR VAX Patel (@AlokPatelMD) July 8, 2021
352 pm – Earthquake felt at Sacramento NWS office. Maybe 1 minute long. Blinds move. Light building movement / shaking movement.
– NWS Sacramento (@NWSSacramento) July 8, 2021
Stay tuned to ABC7 News for the latest details on this evolving story.
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