BOLINAS (CBS SF) — Double earthquakes registering a 2.2 and 2.4 magnitude gently shook the Marin coast along the San Andreas fault Thursday evening.
The earthquakes were centered offshore, but were shallow enough to be felt along the coast.
No damage and no tsunami risk were reported from the two small tremors.
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