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A 4.8 magnitude earthquake shook buildings along the East Coast from New Jersey to Boston, Massachusetts on Friday.

The earthquake hit days after a massive 7.3 magnitude earthquake struck Taiwan on April 3. A severely damaged building is pictured above in Hualien County, Taiwan of China.

Friday’s earthquake struck along the East Coast around 10:30 a.m. No serious injuries were reported.

The earthquake was centered near Whitehouse Station, New Jersey.

The tremors were felt as far south as Washington, D.C., and as far north as Maine, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

Residents in New Jersey described walls shaking and furniture moving.

“I felt like there was a roller coaster under my house going 1,000 miles an hour,” Carol Nicolaidis of Brooklyn, New York, told ABC News.

“It felt like a subway train running under the couch,” said Rocco Pietropola, who was in an eighth-floor Manhattan apartment when the earthquake struck.

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy reported only “limited damage” in his state. New York City schools will remain open as normal, according to ABC News.