DANVILLE, Calif. (CBS SF) — Three small earthquakes along the Calaveras fault rattled residents around the Danville area Sunday, but no damage was reported.

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According to the U.S. Geological Survey, a 3.0 magnitude quake struck at 10:34 a.m followed quickly by a 2.7 magnitude quake at 10:38 a.m. and another 3.0 at 3:25 p.m. Several smaller temblors followed.

All were epicentered in the Danville-Diablo area along an active area of the Calaveras fault system. While the quakes grabbed the attention of local residents, there was no damage reported.

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Back in February, more than 55 small quakes rattled the area with the largest measuring a 3.3. Other swarms have rattled along the fault system for the aseveral years.

USGS Seismologist Anne Marie Baltay said during the February swarm that the small temblors are not a sign that a larger quake was was coming.

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“We don’t expect this to grow into anything really large,” she said.”This swarm is very typical of what we see in this region. It’s happened seven times in this area since 1970.”