A 4.7 magnitude earthquake struck in the mountains of Central California Thursday evening, but there were no immediate reports of injury or damage.

The quake at 7:17 p.m. had a preliminary magnitude of 4.7 and was centered about 14 miles northwest of Bridgeport in Mono County, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. It was followed by several smaller aftershocks, including one with a magnitude of 3.0.

Calls inquiring about the temblor were pouring in at the sheriff s department, but no injuries or damage were immediately reported, a dispatcher said.

At the Bridgeport Inn, the quake rattled the nerves of some guests staying in the old Victorian building, but caused no damage, said manager Dennis Williams, who added that neighbors appeared to have no problems as well.

It was a five-second roller and then a really hard jolt, Williams said of the temblor. This building was built 1877. ... It s been standing this long, and this little earthquake wasn t going to take it down.