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Magnitude 3.2 Earthquake Strikes Off the Coast of San Francisco

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Magnitude 3.2 Earthquake Strikes Off The Coast Of San Francisco

A magnitude 3.2 earthquake occurred off the coast of San Francisco on Friday afternoon, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The quake, initially reported as a 3.4, struck at 1:32 p.m. with the epicenter located approximately three miles west of Fort Funston. More than 2,000 people reported feeling the shaking, with reports coming in from various locations including San Francisco, Daly City, Pacifica, and San Bruno on the Peninsula.

Shaking was also reported as far away as the North Bay and East Bay. Jennifer Drennan, a schoolteacher in Daly City, described the experience as a small jolt followed by rattling and shaking. Although some books fell in their campus library, there was no structural damage or injuries reported.

No immediate reports of damage or injuries were received from this earthquake. It is noteworthy that this quake occurred just hours after another quake in the region earlier in the day, which also did not cause any harm.

CBS News Bay Area provided coverage of this seismic event.

Rachel Adams

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