Earthquake of magnitude 3.5 hits the coast of San Francisco

Earthquake magnitude 3.5 earthquake shook the coast just south of San Francisco on Saturday morning, shaking local residents off their bed and breakfast tables. The United States Geological Survey reports that the earthquake occurred at 08:41. and concentrated off the coast of Pacifica, about 3.7 km southwest of Colma.

No damage was reported, but they shook the nerves, especially for residents of South San Francisco and along the San Francisco coast.

People from the San Francisco Bay Area visited KPIX’s Facebook page to report the earthquake, which usually seemed like a brief shake.

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Cathy Pacheco described the morning shake as confusing.
“Of course (sorry). I also heard it, “she said. “Very noisy and not very nervous. It’s not as big as 89 in any way, but it did not seem like it was just a 3.9. I hate to think about size if it gets closer to

Candy Yoshikawa Acosta was preparing breakfast and said that the earthquake had
“I was in the kitchen, my God!” “I felt stronger than what the reports say.”
In South San Francisco, Heather Stoltz said on the KPIX 5 Facebook page that the quake was pretty strong.

“I am in the south of the city and I check in my house the new cracks,” he said. “He felt stronger than reports say here. I heard crunches and crunches for sure!