BERKELEY (CBS SF) — A small earthquake rattled the East Bay Saturday morning and was followed by another similar-magnitude temblor after noon.
The first quake, at 8:44 a.m., was about 7 miles deep and centered near Dwight Way and Panoramic Way in the Berkeley hills, close to UC Berkeley’s Clark Kerr Campus.READ MORE: US Seeks To Drop UC Davis Chinese Researcher's Visa Fraud Case Ahead Of Trial
Residents reported the quake felt like a short jolt.
The second small quake struck along the Hayward Fault near Mills College in Oakland, according to the USGS.READ MORE: Suspect Wanted In January Santa Cruz County Shooting Found In Idaho
The magnitude-2.7 quake struck in East Oakland at 12:35 p.m., about 3 miles down.
There were no reports of damage or injuries.MORE NEWS: California Announces Change to Pay Unemployment Benefits Faster
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