An earthquake with preliminary magnitude of 3.8 rattled the San Francisco Bay Area Monday night. The quake was later downgraded to a 3.5.
The rolling quake was centered about 2 miles east of Oakland, according to the United States Geological Survey (USGS). It struck at 7:18 p.m..
There were no immediate reports of damage or injuries.
Just before 7:30 p.m., BART reported a 10-minute systemwide delay due to the earthquake.
People from San Jose to Santa Rosa said they felt the East Bay-centered quake, according to the USGS Community Internet Intensity Map. Those near the epicenter described the shaking as “light” to “weak.”
An overview of the San Andreas and Hayward faults.
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“Our house shook,” said Madeline Edwards, a longtime resident of San Francisco’s Sunset District.