KCBS_740 FERNDALE (KCBS) — A magnitude 3.5 earthquake struck in far Northern California Monday morning, the USGS reported.

The magnitude 3.5 quake struck off the coast, 17 miles west-southwest of Ferndale at 2:04 Monday morning.

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The quake shook an active fault zone, where the Pacific Ocean plate bumps up against the continental United States.

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No damage or injuries were reported.

COMPLETE QUAKE COVERAGE: CBS Earthquake Resource Center

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