May 24, 2013
According to USGS seismologists, the earthquake epicenter was 7 miles from Greenville and 26 miles from Susanville in Plumas County, which has a population of 20,000 residents.
The 5.7 temblor shook a wide area and was felt at the California State Capitol in Sacramento. The shaking lasted approximately 30 seconds with 15 aftershocks following the initial seismic jolt.
No deaths or injuries from the Northern California quake have been reported, only slight damage to structures.