2 quakes shake Northern California less than 12 hours apart
Northern California was affected by a 5.5-magnitude earthquake that was detected in the Plumas County region on Thursday afternoon.
The United States Geological Survey stated that the earthquake occurred at 4:19 pm, 2.4 miles southwest of East Shore.
Then, about 3:18 a.m. on Friday, another earthquake shook many Northern Californians out of their beds.
A 5.2 magnitude earthquake that occurred in Lake Almanor was the second one. Near the first earthquake's epicenter, many aftershocks have occurred.
People in various cities in the counties of Sacramento, Placer, El Dorado, San Joaquin, Solano, Colusa, Nevada, Yolo, and Butte have reported experiencing it.
People in Reno, Nevada, were said to have felt the earthquake, according to reports.