A burly 6.3 richter earthquake struck about 184 miles off the coast of Oregon on Thursday morning. It was around 8am that the ground started shaking and being felt nearly 500 miles away in Washington State
The quake happened just after 8 a.m. local time about 3 miles beneath the Pacific Ocean west of Coos Bay, the U.S. Geological Survey reported. No tsunami warning has been issued and no significant aftershocks occured. The shaker caused no injuries or damage to property and no Tsunami was generated by the quake.