A magnitude 6.4 earthquake struck northern California on Tuesday, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
The quake struck roughly 200 miles north of San Francisco in the vicinity of the Mendocino triple junction where the Pacific, North America and Juan de Fuca plates meet, according to the USGS.
Very strong shaking was reported, with some reports of shaking up to coastal Oregon.
The USGS reported the quake struck at 2:34 a.m. and was about 10 miles deep. The U.S. tsunami warning system said there was no threat of a tsunami.
The quake left more than 75,000 customers without power, two injuries were reported, and there were reports of some damage to buildings and infrastructure.
Caltrans warned of damage to some infrastructure and roads. The transportation agency posted Tweets with images of some of the damage from the quake.