Earthquake Rattles Bay Area


SAN FRANCISCO—On Thursday, April 2 a small quake rattled the citizens of the Golden Gate City, a tremor that did little to disrupt the daily life of Bay Area citizens.

The Earthquake was magnitude 3.5.


No immediate problems were reported as a result of the earthquake, which the U.S. Geological Survey reported as magnitude 3.5 temblor. Recorded at 12:06 a.m., the quake’s epicenter was located near San Ramon at an estimated six miles underground.

Though hundreds of Bay Area residents report they felt the earthquake, the Contra Costa County Sheriff’s Office stated that no injuries or damage were caused by Thursday morning’s seismic activity.