A strong earthquake jolted the eastern Sierra Nevada south of Lake Tahoe on Thursday, causing shaking to be felt throughout Northern California and Northern Nevada.
About 60 miles away in Coleville, Durrant witnessed cars weaving through large boulders scattered all over the highway. He also captured peoples’ unsuccessful attempts to move them off the road.
“Dude, don’t worry about that,” Durrant’s driver can be heard saying to a man trying to push a boulder to the side of the road.
The National Weather Service in Sacramento reported feeling light shaking that lasted about a minute, shaking the building and moving the blinds. Others reported feeling the quake in San Francisco, nearly 250 miles west of the epicenter.