A 3.9-magnitude earthquake struck in the Bay Area region in California on Monday, April 16, according to U.S. officials.
The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) said that the tremblor hit the hills east of San Jose on Monday morning at 9:40 a.m. local time. Specifically, it hit about five miles east of the Alum Rock neighborhood at a depth of five miles.
Many people in the Bay Area said they could feel the quake.
I felt that earthquake in #SanJose. But I rolled my eyes at Mother Nature and told her: not today please.
— Maria Medina KPIX5 (@mariaCBS5) April 16, 2018
So far this morning we've had hail and a (minor) earthquake. I can only assume the locusts are on their way.
— Ken Schultz (@KSchultz3580) April 16, 2018
Slow down Mother Nature…
That’s a lot for this CA girl on a Monday morning.
— Julie Wilhelm (@julieceedub) April 16, 2018
Hail in East Bay Hills. A sloppy Boston Marathon. Thunderstorms. Earthquakes….
Sounds like Mother Nature is beating by her own drum today. https://t.co/lfHtCAega3
— Ryan Quintana (@Ryan_Quintana) April 16, 2018
CBS San Francisco reported there were no injuries or damage done in the quake.