MILPITAS (CBS SF) — A 2.9-magnitude earthquake hit early Friday morning, just days after a swarm of quakes rattled the shoreline of the Calaveras Reservoir.
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The center of the quake hit at 8:39 a.m. about six miles away from Milpitas. No other tremors were recorded.READ MORE: UPDATE: PG&E Avoids Rotating Outages Thursday Night as Bay Area Cooks in Record Heat Wave
No one reported injuries or structure damage by press time.
On Tuesday, three small temblors ranging from 2.7 to 3.3 in magnitude hit that morning within a three-hour span. No one was injured and no buildings were harmed.MORE NEWS: Longtime Bay Area E.T. Hunters Skeptical of Forthcoming UFO Report
“It’s just California, it is what it is,” Milpitas resident Norman Arnold said in the wake of Tuesday’s earthquake swarm.