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.
The center of the quake hit at 8:39 a.m. about six miles away from Milpitas. No other tremors were recorded.READ MORE: San Jose Police Chief Details Fatal Shootout With Wanted Felon Following Attempted Carjackings
No one reported injuries or structure damage by press time.READ MORE: Fire Causes $150,000 Damage To Santa Rosa Home
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: California Jobless Rate Dips To 6.5% In December; Some Bay Area Counties Down To 3% Unemployment
“It’s just California, it is what it is,” Milpitas resident Norman Arnold said in the wake of Tuesday’s earthquake swarm.