6.4-magnitude quake rattles Nevada
(CNN) — An earthquake with an initial magnitude of 6.4 hit Nevada on Friday morning, about 225 miles northwest of Las Vegas near the California border, the US Geological Survey says.
The quake occurred at 4:03 a.m. local time, the USGS says. It was 4.7 miles deep. At least four aftershocks were reported.
It was about 35 miles west of the town of Tonopah, east of the Sierra Nevada range.
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