The US Geological Survey recorded a magnitude 6.0 earthquake, that was about six miles deep, about 3:50 p.m. local time that happened south of Topaz Lake and about 20 miles from Smith Valley, Nevada near the Nevada-California border.
Data from the USGS also shows several seismic waves happening minutes apart from each other moved across California after the 6.0 magnitude earthquake.
The California Office of Emergency Services said in a statement that there are no preliminary reports of damage or injuries.
'This is a rapidly evolving situation & more details will emerge in the coming hours. We are working closely with local officials to ensure they have the resources and support to rapidly respond to these earthquakes,' the agency tweeted.
The earthquake, reportedly the largest one recorded since a magnitude 6.1 earthquake hit …