(EP) A 6.4-magnitude earthquake on Saturday struck northeastern China. The earthquake was later downgraded to a 5.7 magnitude event by the USGS. The quake struck Linkou in Heilongjiang Province at 12:22 am (local time) at a depth of 580 km, the China Earthquake Networks Centre said.

No casualties were reported so far, state-run Xinhua news agency reported. Three trains were ordered to stop in safe areas after the quake, the Harbin Railway Bureau said. SOURCE