A 4.2 magnitude earthquake hit Los Angeles, California Thursday around 1:45 p.m. The quake was felt across Los Angeles County, but so far no damage or injuries have been reported.

The epicenter of the earthquake was roughly 25 miles northwest of downtown L.A., and it was followed three minutes later by a 2.0 magnitude aftershock centered in San Fernando, according to CBS News.

The quake was one-tenth of a mile underground, which is relatively shallow.

The quake is the forth in the United States in a little over a week, and last Tuesday Virginia was hit by a 5.9 magnitude earthquake that was felt as far north as Toronto, Canada and shut down nuclear power plants along the East Coast.