Sunday night, a magnitude 2.9 earthquake shook San Francisco and the East Bay.
The United States Geological Survey reports that the earthquake happened at 10:31 p.m., 6.2 miles under the surface, and close to Piedmont.
Both Berkeley and Oakland were located 3.7 miles to the northeast of the epicenter of the earthquake, which was located 2.9 miles to the southeast.
According to the US Geological Survey (USGS), the epicenter of the earthquake was located on the Hayward Fault,
Which stretches from San Pablo Bay in the north to Fremont in the south and passes through Berkeley, Oakland, Hayward, and Fremont.
On the USGS website, there were 2,051 reports of people experiencing the earthquake as of 10:55 PM Eastern Daylight Time. There was no immediate word on any casualties or property damage.
As a consequence of the earthquake, users of Twitter had significant difficulties in accessing the platform.
“It is accurate to say that there was a quake. The damage in Downtown San Francisco was pretty severe “according to the words of one user on Twitter.
“It’s been a long since we felt one of them! There was a little quake felt in the SOMA neighborhood of San Francisco “an additional one,