5.7 earthquake centered in Plumas County
PG&E reports two power outages affecting 623 customers in the vicinity of Prattville on the west side of Lake Almanor. There is a broken water main in the Lake Almanor Peninsula affecting an unknown number of customers. There are reports of minor damage, mostly items knocked off of shelves, from Susanville, to Indian Valley, to Lake Almanor.
An earthquake struck Plumas County at 8:48 p.m. on Thursday evening. The 5.7 quake struck about 11 miles west/northwest of Greenville near Canyon Dam. It was felt as far away as Sacramento, San Francisco, Chico, and Lake Tahoe.
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