Northern California hit by magnitude 5.4 earthquake New Year's Day

A strong quake shook Northern California on New Year's Day.

The New Year brought an earthquake to Northern California Sunday morning.

A magnitude 5.4 quake hit at 10:35 a.m. approximately 9.3 miles southeast of Rio Dell, according to the United States Geological Survey. 

It was felt as far south as Santa Rosa, Marin, and Concord, USGS said.

This comes as many in the area have been living through aftershocks from the 6.4 earthquake on Dec. 20. 

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That quake left two people dead, caused gas leaks, left thousands without power, and buckled highways.

KTVU is working to find out if there was any reported damage or injuries in this morning's quake.