A 4.4-magnitude earthquake shook Linn County just before 6 a.m. Friday, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
People reported feeling the rumble in Portland, Salem and Bend, and as far away as Coos Bay and Longview, Washington.
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The epicenter was in the Willamette National Forest, about 9 miles from the community of Lacomb, Oregon. The quake was about 8 miles deep.
As of 8 a.m. Friday, there had not been any reports of injuries or major damage.
The USGS reported the 4.4-magnitude quake was just below the threshold for cell phone alerts to be sent out via the ShakeAlert app.
At M 4.4, the earthquake was just below the threshold for cell phone alerts to be delivered. As you can see in the graphic below, these will be delivered at M 4.5 and larger. We know many of you felt shaking and we hope you took a protective action like Drop, Cover, and Hold On. pic.twitter.com/zk6SvmPv7w— USGS ShakeAlert (@USGS_ShakeAlert) October 7, 2022
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