The latest on a magnitude 6.6 quake that struck Santa Cruz on Wednesday, March 24, 2017 (all times local): 7:05 p.m.
The first earthquake in Santa Cruz County, a city of about 8,000 people in northern New Mexico, was felt as far north as Santa Fe, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
A magnitude 7 earthquake has been recorded at the city of San Francisco.
The epicenter of the 7.5-magnitude quake was about 1.5 miles northwest of the Santa Cruz city of Santa Fe.
The quake lasted about 40 seconds and was centered about 60 miles southeast of Santa Cruz.
The U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs says it is assisting in the search for victims.
There were no immediate reports of injuries.
The city of Sutter reported no damage.
The earthquake was centered over the town of Oso, about 20 miles east of the city.
At least four people were reported injured by the quake, according the Sutter Fire Department.
The California Geological Survey reported an 8.3 magnitude quake hit near San Francisco on Thursday.
There was no immediate information on the magnitude.
A 7.8-migher earthquake hit near Santa Cruz, New Mexico on Thursday night.
There is no immediate update on the extent of damage.
About 70 people are reported injured after a magnitude 5.6 earthquake struck near Santa Fe on Wednesday.
At the time of writing, there are reports of six confirmed injuries.
There are reports that a 6.2 magnitude quake struck near San Jose, California, on Wednesday night.
At this time, the National Weather Service is issuing an advisory to the public.
There have been no reported injuries.
A 5.8 earthquake was felt in central California, New York, Pennsylvania and Virginia on Wednesday evening.
The National Weather Services said the epicenter was about 7 miles southeast from Piedmont, New Jersey.
The strongest quakes are centered around the area where a magnitude 4.9 earthquake struck about 10 miles north of Pied, New England.
There has been no tsunami alert issued.
An 8.9 magnitude earthquake struck in New York’s Long Island, New Hampshire, on Thursday afternoon.
There may be several minor quakes, according meteorologist Mark Zuger, but this is not considered an earthquake.
The USGS reported a magnitude of 8.2 in New Jersey and New York City, New Yorker, according a map provided by the USGS.
The highest earthquake was measured at 6.3, at the San Francisco International Airport, according Zugter.
A 3.7 magnitude earthquake was recorded near Piedmouth, New Bedford, Massachusetts, on Tuesday night.
The largest quake was measured 6.4 at 6:05 a.m., at the Port Washington Bridge, according New England Seismic Network.
The most powerful was measured 2.6 at 5:54 p.ms., at Long Beach, California.
A 6.8 magnitude quake was felt along the coast of Massachusetts on Tuesday afternoon.
The tremor was centered at the Boston area, according CNN meteorologist Michael Mann.
A 9.4 magnitude quake in California was felt just north of Long Beach on Tuesday, according Mann.
An earthquake was also felt along Long Island on Tuesday evening.
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The weather service said it is advising residents to exercise caution.
It is not uncommon for a magnitude 3.6 to hit the U-turn and hit a second time.