Deputy Shot in Arden Area

Earthquake Rattles Northern California, Sacramento Region

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Map courtesy: USGS

PLUMAS COUNTY-

A magnitude 5.7 earthquake was reported by the United States Geological Survey Thursday night near Lake Almanor in Plumas County.

Tremors were felt as far down in the Sacramento.

Greenville, the closest city to the epicenter, is about 145.6 miles from Sacramento.

There were no immediate reports of damage, aside from objects falling from shelves.

Stay with FOX40 and FOX40.com for the latest on this developing story.

16 comments

  • Erin beall

    I’m in auburn I felt it I was tha only one in tha house who felt it my boyfriend though I was crazy when I was telling him tha house just shifted

  • 1MysteryMrMyth

    Thanks for wasting the end of Hell's Kitchen with a story about nothing..
    No damage – not in our area – lets bring in the whole news team and pretend this is a story!

    When will you be replaying something we actually tune into this channel for?
    Hells Kitchen and the New show following it?

    Great job fox40 – way to jump into action – we all feel much safer now!

    Maybe we can take some calls from crazy people with no lives and ask if their cabinets opened?
    Did you feel shaking?
    I'm sure there will be some incredible investigative reporting we cannot do without.

  • lacofortwenty

    Felt it in Roseville while sitting at a red light. WEIRD feeling when your car moves while your foot is on the brake.

  • amy

    I live in Quincy and boy did we feel it here! Shook the house heard house creek. We’ve felt several of the aftershocks.

  • anrhony grigg

    notw wait minute…..Hells Kitchen was on…you couldn’t wait to finish the show? what producer decided to put this on? why didn’t you wait 3 minutes????people it was an earthquake its okay three minutes won’t hurt you thanks Fox 40 alot!!!!

  • generic28

    I'm in Sacramento for a work related meeting. I felt the earthquake last night. I'm from Eureka on the coast where a 5.7 is only slightly more than our almost daily earthquakes. Apparently you don't have that many earthquakes over this way since the media is making a HUGE deal of this.

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