Several hundred people are still without power and others have no water after a magnitude 5.7 earthquake shook Northern California on Thursday night.

The USGS says the quake epicenter was about 150 miles north of Sacramento near the community of Greenville. It struck just before 9 p.m. Thursday and was followed by nearly two dozen aftershocks.

The epicenter was about 40 miles from Lassen Peak, an active volcano that hasn't erupted since 1915.