A 4.1 greatness quake gave the San Francisco Bay region an early morning reminder Thursday.
The U.S. Geographical Survey said the 4:07 a.m. tremor struck a few miles northwest of Bay Point at a profundity of 12.2 miles (19.7 kilometres). A 1.9 greatness consequential convulsion immediately followed, as indicated by CBS San Francisco.
- There were no immediate reports of damage or injuries.
- Shaking was felt throughout the Bay Area and the Sacramento metro area.
- It was located at a depth of about 12 miles underground.
The region is around 30 miles upper east of downtown San Francisco. There were no prompt reports of harm, CBS San Francisco revealed.
The USGS’ people group revealing page got in excess of 4,400 reports soon. The reports came from all through the Bay Area and east to the Central Valley. The reports commonly showed light or frail force.
Kimberly Silvera Shaw let CBS San Francisco know that she felt the shock in Fairfield, which is about an hour from San Francisco.
“Felt it in Fairfield,” she posted on KPIX’s Facebook page. “That was a major one!”
A greatness 4.1 seismic tremor shook the San Francisco Bay Area before dawn Thursday morning, shaking homes and waking numerous inhabitants.
The tremor hit at 5:07 a.m. with a profundity of around 12 miles, the United States Geological Survey said. The shake struck only northwest of Bay Point with the focal point 6.2 miles northwest of Pittsburg, 7.9 miles north of Concord and 21.6 miles upper east of Berkeley.
Shaking was felt broadly across the Bay Area and in the Sacramento locale, the USGS shake map said. In excess of 3,600 individuals detailed feeling it to the USGS starting around 6 a.m.
Many took to Twitter to say that they’d felt the quake.
“Just encountered the second time since moving to CA when I ought to have been resting yet awakened for reasons unknown a couple of moments before a #earthquake,” thought one Twitter client.
BART said it was running trains at diminished speeds while tracks are reviewed. The travel organization said riders ought to expect leftover deferrals of as long as 20 minutes systemwide.
More data on this tremor is accessible on the USGS occasion page.
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