A pronounced tremor on July 8 took residents in parts of western U.S. by surprise. No serious damage or injuries were reported right away. The tremor was caused as a result of a Magnitude 6.0 earthquake (that was first noted as M5.9) close to the California-Nevada border. Within the next two hours, over 30 aftershocks followed. Social media users in the region, as well as a few National Weather Service offices, shared that they experienced the shaking.
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