At 2:45pm, my wife's car was rear-ended. Not terribly hard, but she was looking over her shoulder while awaiting a chance to merge into traffic. As a result, it rang her bells to a fair extent. Not much damage to the car, and she's probably lucky to get off with just some sore muscles.
At 4:42, we had another earthquake. This one was strong enough that knick-knacks fell off of shelves, dishes were rearranged in the cabinets, and we asked Younger Daughter to hold up the TV so it wouldn't fall over. The 'quake lasted for about 90 seconds, and the lamps were swaying even after we couldn't feel the floor shaking any more.
How strong was it? First figures indicate a 5.8 magnitude, 25 miles west of here.