(KTXL) — The U.S. Geological Survey reported that a 5.2 magnitude aftershock was felt in the community of East Shore on Friday morning, just over 11 miles from Chester.

Seismic monitors registered the aftershock around 3:18 a.m., the largest aftershock in the area of Lake Almanor since a 5.5 magnitude earthquake shook the region.

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According to the USGS, the origin point for Friday morning’s aftershock was around four miles from the earth’s surface and so far almost 1,000 people have reported feeling the shaking.

A 5.5 magnitude earthquake shook communities at around 4:20 p.m. on Thursday, on the western side of Lake Almanor.