A magnitude 6.4 earthquake reportedly hit Western Nevada early Friday morning.
According to several reports, the quake struck at 4:03 a.m. Pacific time near Tonopah, Nevada wand was felt all the way in California.
According to the LA Times, struck about 4.7 miles (7.6 kilometers) deep, and at least six sizable aftershocks were recorded shortly thereafter, including two with estimated magnitudes of 5.4.
Social media users hopped online and reported that they felt the earthquake in Bakersfield, Fresno and as far north as Sacramento.
Some flocked to earthquake-tracking websites to record their experiences:
One resident of Fresno said: "My bed was shaking, and my TV was shaking."
Another Fresno resident added: "My bed was shaking," while another stated, "My first time feeling an earthquake this strong but the ground was definitely shaking pretty strong."
No deaths have been reported and it is yet unknown the magnitude of the damage (if any) to the area hit.