Quake rattles northern Arizona

SEDONA, Ariz. -- A moderate earthquake that struck near Sedona was widely felt in the area, but there were no reports of injury or damage.

The U.S. Geological Survey says the magnitude-4.7 temblor struck shortly before 11 p.m. Sunday and was centered seven miles north of Sedona and six miles underground.

The USGS website recorded 1,000 responses within an hour of the quake from people -- mainly in Flagstaff and Sedona -- saying they felt the quake.

Sgt. Gerrit Boeck of the Coconino County Sheriff's office says residents called about the quake, but there were no reports of injury or damage.

Police in Sedona and Flagstaff both gave similar reports.

Marjorie Tuttle, who lives just north of Sedona in Munds Park, told CBS 5 News that she hadn't felt a quake since she lived in San Francisco almost two decades ago, but "we were rocking and rolling tonight about 11 p.m. when we felt [it] here."

Calvin Johnson told CBS 5 News his Flagstaff apartment was "swaying [back and] forth."

"Pretty intense, scary," he told the station.

And in Sedona, Manet Oshier told CBS 5, "it was a loud ripping noise and a shuddering through my house."