CALISTOGA (KRON) — A 3.6-magnitude quake struck Calistoga Thursday morning, according to USGS.
The quake struck at 8:59 a.m. It was centered about 6.8 miles northwest of Calistoga and about 12 north of Santa Rosa.
The earthquake had a depth of about 4.4 miles.
A viewer in Windsor told KRON4 that it felt like a big jolt.
Viewers in Santa Rosa also said they could feel it.
There were injuries or reports of damages due to the earthquake.
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— Brian Brooks (@Brian_Kron4) August 31, 2017
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